DTrace bindings are missing in FreeBSD 9.0 - CURRENT for
leccine at gmail.com
Mon Oct 18 21:49:00 UTC 2010
I perfectly understand what you are saying and I have been DTracing on
Solaris many times.
Only problem here is that you don't get my point, but I try to explain it on
the level you can get it.
[root at freebsd9 /usr/ports/databases/postgresql90-server]# grep -iA3
. if defined(WITH_DTRACE)
[root at freebsd9 /usr/ports/databases/postgresql90-server]# grep -i dtrace
[root at freebsd9 /usr/ports/databases/postgresql90-server]# make install clean
What other dependency might cause the lack of DTrace bindings for
If you don't get my point at this stage then we don't have anything to talk
about, and I don't understand how can the FreeBSD project use a tool like
Hope I make it clear what is not working and what must work.
On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 10:40 PM, Rui Paulo <rpaulo at freebsd.org> wrote:
> On 18 Oct 2010, at 22:37, István wrote:
> > So there is no out of the box solution for FreeBSD to use DTrace for any
> userland app.
> What have I been saying ? Userland DTrace support works on FreeBSD 9.0, but
> I don't think you understand what userland DTrace support requires. For
> PostgreSQL and Ruby you need to re-compile the software with DTrace support
> enabled. This is the same on Solaris.
> > Is there somebody in the FreeBSD team actively working on this?
> > I.
> > On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 10:33 PM, Rui Paulo <rpaulo at freebsd.org> wrote:
> > On 18 Oct 2010, at 22:30, István wrote:
> > > what should I do with the Makefile exactly? I can't see any dtrace
> related information in it.
> > Each software package has it's way of enabling DTrace during the build.
> Check the postgres90-server port for an example on how to add DTrace support
> to a port.
> > Regards,
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> > Rui Paulo
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> Rui Paulo
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