How to probe what application does in kernel (with sound
frase at frase.id.au
Sat Jun 14 00:28:48 UTC 2008
On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 12:52:08PM -0700, Yuri wrote:
> I have linux skype that complains that it can't use sound device without
> giving any details.
> 'truss -f' flag doesn't show any system calls related to sound device
> (/dev/dsp*). Maybe it's because of child processes aren't really
> monitored by truss for linux processes.
> But sound from another sound application gets some strange interruption
> and buzz every time I try to activate sound from skype. That's how I
> know that skype really does something with sound device.
> Is there a way to probe program's activity with devices in-kernel?
From man page:
The ktrace utility enables kernel trace logging for the specified pro-
cesses. Kernel trace data is logged to the file ktrace.out. The kernel
operations that are traced include system calls, namei translations, sig-
nal processing, and I/O.
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