The Tracing Summit 2012 was held in San Diego, on August 30th, 2012, as part of the Linux Plumbers Conference 2012.
It focuses on the tracing area, gathering people involved in development and end-users of tracing tools as well as trace analysis tools. The main target of this one day conference is to provide room for discussion between people in the various areas that benefit from tracing, namely parallel, distributed and/or real-time systems, as well as kernel development.
We are welcoming presentations from both end users and developers, on topics covering, but not limited to:
- Trace collection and extraction,
- Trace filtering,
- Trace aggregation,
- Trace formats,
- Tracing multi-core systems,
- Trace abstraction,
- Trace modeling,
- Automated trace analysis (e.g. dependency analysis),
- Tracing large clusters and distributed systems,
- Hardware-level tracing (e.g. DSP, GPU, bare-metal),
- Trace visualisation,
- Interaction between debugging and tracing,
- Tracing remote control,
- Analysis of large trace datasets.
It can cover recently available technologies, ongoing work, and yet non-existing technologies (which are compellingly interesting to end-users).
This track will contain presentations of about 30 minutes per subject with discussion.
Registration for this event is included with registration to Linux Plumbers Conference 2012 Registration. Both speakers and assistance need to be registered to Linux Plumbers Conference 2012.
Proposal submissions should be sent to email@example.com before June 1st, 2012, at 23:59 EST.
The schedule of the 2012 Tracing Summit is as follows (subject to updates). Note that the presentation slides can be found by following the links to the (slides):
- 8h30 Can mainstream tracing meet embedded needs?, Frank Rowand, Sony (slides)
- 8h55 What We Want in Our Toolkit: Thoughts From a Mission Critical Low Latency Environment, Vinod Kutty, CME Group (slides)
- 9h20 Troubleshooting complex problems with built-in diagnostic, Dominique Toupin, Ericsson (slides)
- 9h45 The Linux Perf Tools: Overview and Current Developments, Arnaldo Carvahlo de Melo, Red Hat (slides)
- 10h10 - 10h25 break
- 10h25 Tracing the Guest OS from Host via Shared Memory, Masami Hiramatsu, Hitachi (slides)
- 10h50 Shrinking core dump on the fly, Thomas Gleixner, Linutronix (slides)
- 11h15 Tracing Well With Others: Integration of GDB Tracepoints Into Trace Tools, Stan Shebs, Mentor Graphics
- 11h40 Ftrace and Multiple buffers, Steven Rostedt, Red Hat (slides)
- 12h05 - 13h30 lunch
- 13h30 The Road ahead of Uprobes: Plans and features in pipeline, Srikar Dronamraju, IBM (slides)
- 13h55 Systemtap and new connections: dyninst, pcp, uprobes, David Smith and Josh Stone, Red Hat (slides)
- 14h20 LTTng and Nexus Trace for Freescale QorIQ Devices, Ed Martinez, Freescale (slides)
- 14h35 - 14h45 break
- 14h45 Interoperability Between Tracing Tools with the Common Trace Format (CTF), Mathieu Desnoyers, EfficiOS (slides)
- 15h10 Making linsched useful, Dhaval Giani, University of Toronto (slides)
- 15h35 LTTngTop: Human Readable Trace Viewer, Julien Desfossez, EfficiOS (slides)
- 16h00 - 16h10 break
- 16h10 Extensible trace analysis using the Tracing and Monitoring Framework, Alexandre Montplaisir, Ericsson (slides)
- 16h35 - 18h00 Open Discussion, Where do we go from here?
Please send any query about this conference to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The organizers responsible for this event are Dominique Toupin and Mathieu Desnoyers.