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Old 02-14-2005, 01:28 PM   #1
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Tracing kernel compile


Im running kernel 2.4.19.
I am trying to trace the kernel compile with
strace -q -T-e trace=execve,wait4,_exit,fork,vfork -o traceout make allyesconfig. But this doesnt seem to give a trace of all processes forked and exec-ed. There is just a single execve in the trace which is for the "/usr/bin/make".

Does anyone know how i could trace the system calls made (fork, exec, wait,_exit) for all the processes that the kernel compile forks off...

Thanks in advance!


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