Fedora Mini-conf - Session 4
Writing SystemTap Scripts
SystemTap provides a simple command-line interface and scripting language for writing instrumentation for a live running kernel. This talk will show how you can write !SystemTap scripts, and reuse bits of code by building libraries of tapset scripts. A tapset is a script that is designed for reuse by installation into a special or user-defined directory.
Eugene Teo is Technical Account Manager of Red Hat's Asia Pacific Global Support Services. Eugene is also the organiser of the first Fedora Mini-conf at linux.conf.au 2008. Eugene received his bachelor’s degree in Computing from the National University of Singapore. In his spare time, Eugene enjoys learning new things, auditing the Linux kernel source code, and contributing kernel fixes.