Just a note to say I am seeing an uptick in dtrace - which is good.
Unfortunately, some of the support issues are causing me to deeper dive
the issues, so, please bear with me if I am being unresponsive, or erratic
in responding or fixing.
I am trying to get dtrace enhanced in some areas - but also having
to revisit some of my ugly code or hacks - more a factor of the Linux
kernel evolving. What works for todays kernels may not be true for
older kernels, and its difficult trying to be careful not to break
old or new kernels. I dont like #ifdef spaghetti, but sometimes my
interpretation of the kernel evolution, is mistaken, and some code
rot creeps in.
Just as a minor update, I am adding a little more TCP provider support.
(Just added tcp::connect-established, for instance). More work is
done to mirror all the TCP probes, as documented here:
and to eventually support the callback arguments.