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Old 09-10-2008, 01:21 PM   #1
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Exclamation how to print function names & parmaters each time control enters the function?

Hello All,

Is there anything supported in linux so that, whenever control enters into kernel function it is should print the function name and parameters passed to the function. And during exit of the function it should print again the function name.

If linux has this feature(which helps during debugging), could you please let me know whether I need to enable any debugging modes.

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In the newest kernel there is a kernel-debugger integrated. Would that be of any help?


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