Subject: Re: another kdump problem
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Charles Hannum <Charles-Hannum@deshaw.com>
Date: 09/05/1995 15:05:45
3 When not in append mode and when running on a kernel that
supports the sysctls, ktrace will output a header containing a
magic number and the emulation/syscall table in the ktrace.out
I'm not sure this is right. When appending or using `-i' to trace
children, more than one process may be represented in the ktrace file.
It seems to me that you need a special record for the syscall list,
tagged with a pid and recorded internally to kdump(1) by pid, and
allow for the syscall list to be replaced (i.e. after execve(2)).