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Friday, January 28 • 11:30am - 11:55am
Linux tracing made simpler with bpftrace

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This talk will present bpftrace, a BPF-powered dynamic tracing language for Linux that allows to trace kernel and other binaries without the need to modify them.

We will concentrate on new features that bpftrace introduced in recent years and that improve user experience with the tool - support for BPF trampolines, BTF and DWARF debugging info, ahead-of-time compiled programs, and others. We will also outline what you can expect from bpftrace in times to come.

Session chairs: Zdenek Dohnal and Lucie Vrtelova

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Viktor Malik

A software engineer and a PhD. student at the same time., Red Hat / Brno University of Technology
I'm a PhD. student at the Brno University of Technology who is at the same time working as a software engineer in Red Hat. I'm enthusiastic about bringing topics from research into practice. My area of expertise is static analysis of programs.

Friday January 28, 2022 11:30am - 11:55am CET
Session Room 4