Wednesday 11th November, 2015
11:00am to 12:30pm
Strace and truss are powerful tools that are built in to all modern Linux-, BSD- and Solaris-based systems. These tools can be used as an aid to quickly identify problems. Understanding how to exploit these tools will give attendees the knowledge they need to improve their own and their organization's efficiency.
Who should attend:
Those wishing to enhance their diagnostic and troubleshooting skills, learn more about how system calls work, and discover the myriad benefits that come from exploiting programs like strace and truss should attend this tutorial. This will be a strace-focused class, but almost all of the options are equally applicable to truss, and differences between the two will be pointed out. People with Linux, BSD, Solaris, or illumos distribution responsibilities will all benefit.
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