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dtrace notes

URL gives lots of interesting examples of what can be done with dtrace:

dtrace can examine things both in kernel space and in user space.

dtrace comes with a scripting language "D", not to be confused with the
"D programming language".

dtrace is not able to bring down a system (ostensibly), unlike the Linux
Trace Tookit, and IBM's Dynamic Probes.

Another related technology - redhat specific?  kprobes

Advanced dtrace:

The dtrace pid provider:

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