SystemTap client/server tutorial

I just wrote a small tutorial about the client/server mode of SystemTap. It helps using SystemTap in production environment by using a dedicated server to compile all your SystemTap scripts.

The tutorial is not 100% completed, I will add the items in the TODO section as soon as I have some time to do so. If you spot any error or have any feedback, please feel free to comment here!

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3 Responses to “SystemTap client/server tutorial”

  1. Frank Ch. Eigler Says:

    Hey, thanks!

    You might want to review the systemtap 1.4 changes, with the integrated compile-server client (into the main stap binary). If the existing stap-server etc. man pages are inadequate, please feel free to propose a version of your tutorial for inclusion with the actual sources.

  2. jfsaucier Says:

    Thanks for pointing this out to me, I will have a check at this new version as soon as I find some time.

    To be honest, my guide is more geared toward RHEL5 as this is what I use in production.

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