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trace-cmd-2.8.3-3.5 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: trace-cmd Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 2.8.3 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 3.5 Build date: Thu May 27 23:57:44 2021
Group: Development/Tools/Debuggers Build host: obs-arm-6
Size: 582511 Source RPM: trace-cmd-2.8.3-3.5.src.rpm
Summary: Configuration tool for Ftrace
trace-cmd is a command-line tool for configuring Ftrace.




GPL-2.0-only AND LGPL-2.1-only


* Mon Jun 08 2020 Mel Gorman <>
  - Add 0001-trace-cmd-fix-multiple-definition-compiler-errors.patch
    - Backport fix for a multiple definition error triggered by gcc 10
* Tue Aug 20 2019 Mel Gorman <>
  - Clean spec file using spec-cleaner
* Thu Aug 08 2019 Mel Gorman <>
  - Add makefile-bash.patch
    - Installs bash completes as per openSUSE packaging guidelines
  - Delete revert-trace-cmd-if-event-fork-exists-use-it-instead-of-ptrace.patch
    - Patch merged upstream
  - Delete trace-cmd-asciidoc-fix.patch
    - Patch merged upstream
* Wed Aug 07 2019 Mel Gorman <>
  - Remove building of kernelshark package
    - Upstream has separate versioning now for trace-cmd and kernelshark
    - Version tags no longer correspond to the same source
  - Upgrade to version 2.8.3
    - Install headers dependencies to correct locations
    - SET SONAME on shared libraries
    - Python3 support
  - Upgrade to version 2.8.2
    - Fix a potential issue with buffer run due to non-terminating string
      returned by readlink()
  - Upgrade to version 2.8.1
    - Split out kernelshark in preparation for major rewrite.
    - Code refactoring related to the kernelshark split
    - Split out event handling into a separate library
    - Fix memory handling errors, NULL handling, use-after-free, leaks
  - Upgrade to version 2.7
    - Memory leak fixes
    - Multiple bug fixes on how splice() is handled to avoid data loss
    - Fix various build warnings
    - Documentation updates for missing options, clarifications on usage
    - Update bash competion handlers for sub-commands
  - Upgrade to version 2.6.2
    - Fix memory handling errors, NULL handling, use-after-free
    - Fix filter syntax for make_pid_filter
    - Documentation updates
    - Add bash competion handlers for sub-commands
* Wed Feb 28 2018
  - Fix documentation build with asciidoc (bsc#1075764):
* Wed Nov 01 2017
  - Add audit-devel as a build dependency to remove a build warning
  - Revert event-fork support as children are not properly traced (bsc#1064552)
    Adds revert-trace-cmd-if-event-fork-exists-use-it-instead-of-ptrace.patch
  - Bump release number
* Mon Aug 28 2017
  - Upgrade to version 2.6.1
    - Improved robust handling of malloc failures and corrupted input
    - Improved graphing support
    - Fix bug due to double frees
    - Fix output format oddities
    - Add filtering of specific pids
    - Add bash-completion handler
    - New option: --max-graph-depth to limit graph depth
    - New option: -I remove interrupts from trace
    - New option: -S remove softirqs from trace
    - New option: --ts2secs to convert cycles into seconds
    - Updated makefile-lib64.patch to match upstream Makefile changes
* Wed Oct 05 2016
  - Upgrade to version 2.6
    - New option: -g for trace-cmd profile on custom events
    - New option: -G to make irqs global events in trace-cmd profile
    - New option: -B and -t options to trace-cmd extract to handle instances
    - New option: -a for all instances in trace-cmd extract
    - New option: -a for all instances for trace-cmd stop, reset, and restart
    - New option: --debug to trace-cmd report that shows markup of the trace.dat file.
    - New option: --by-comm to group tasks together by their names in trace-cmd profile.
    - New plugin: Added plugin for tlb_flush event
    - output: Show actual event paths instead of glob when starting
    - output: Simplify status output at end of trace
    - output: Sort events in trace-cmd profile
    - output: Show instance names in trace-cmd stat
    - Plugins are now allowed to have options
    - Have trace-cmd hist work with instances
  - Upgrade to version 2.5.2
    - Added support for tracefs filesystem.
    - profile: Show timestamps of max and mins
    - profile: Add -H for user specified event hooking
    - Have -H in record be saved for report --profile to use
* Wed Jan 28 2015
  - Upgrade to version 2.5.1
    - New command stream: stream to console without files
    - New command profile: live statistic gathering
    - New command stat: show what can be enabled
    - New command hist: histogram of recorded events
    - New command mem: filter a trace for kernel slab allocator calls
    - New option: record --profile will enable the same defaults as used
      with trace-cmd profile
    - New option: report --event filter recorded events based on a regex
    - New option: report --profile produces identical output as trace-cmd profile
      except on recorded data instead of live data.
    - Resets all modifications to existing tracing options on completion
    - Trace multiple PIDs (-P x,y,z)
* Tue Mar 12 2013
  - Upgrade to version 2.0.4
    - Have read splice check for EINTR or EAGAIN
    - Do not block during ring buffer extract
    - Do not block on reads when record is finished
    The read splice check is expected to be necessary for trace-cmd to
    work with Linux kernel versions 3.10 and later.



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