golang-github-evilsocket-ftrace 1.2.0-2 source package in Ubuntu


golang-github-evilsocket-ftrace (1.2.0-2) unstable; urgency=medium

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Debian Go Packaging Team on 2018-09-16
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golang-github-evilsocket-ftrace-dev: trace Linux syscalls using the FTRACE kernel framework

 This package utilizes the FTRACE kernel framework in order to trace system
 calls and kernel events from user space in Go programs.
 Ftrace is an internal tracer designed to help out developers and designers of
 systems to find what is going on inside the kernel. It can be used for
 debugging or analyzing latencies and performance issues that take place
 outside of user-space.
 Although ftrace is typically considered the function tracer it is really a
 framework of several assorted tracing utilities; there's latency tracing to
 examine what occurs between interrupts disabled and enabled as well as for
 preemption and from a time a task is woken to the task is actually scheduled