Tracks and displays system calls associated with a running process
The strace program intercepts and records the system calls called and
received by a running process. Strace can print a record of each
system call, its arguments and its return value. Strace is useful for
diagnosing problems and debugging, as well as for instructional
Install strace if you need a tool to track the system calls made and
received by a process.
This is strace 4.0, a system call tracer for SunOS 4.x, Linux, System
V release 4, Solaris 2.x and Irix 5.x. strace is released under a
Berkeley-style license at the request of Paul Kranenburg; see the file
COPYRIGHT for details.
Read the INSTALL file for generic instructions on how to install
strace. If configure cannot guess your system configuration, you can
specify it on the command line af
Changes in 4.5.18
* Bug fixes.
* Support new Linux/PPC system call subpage_prot and PROT_SAO flag.
* In sigaction system call, display sa_flags value along with SIG_DFL/SIG_IGN.
Changes in 4.5.17
* Many bug fixes.
* -F is now deprecated, -f has traced vfork too on Linux for a long time now.
* Print O_CLOEXEC, MSG_CMSG_CLOEXEC flag bits.
* Improved output for prctl sy
strace - trace system calls and signals
strace [ -dffhiqrtttTvxx ] [ -acolumn ] [ -eexpr ] ... [
-ofile ] [ -ppid ] ... [ -sstrsize ] [ -uusername ] [
-Evar=val ] ... [ -Evar ] ... [ command [ arg ... ] ]
strace -c [ -eexpr ] ... [ -Ooverhead ] [ -Ssortby ] [
2008-08-28 Roland McGrath <email@example.com>
* strace.1 (BUGS): New section, mention SIGTRAP in
Copyright (c) 1991, 1992 Paul Kranenburg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (c) 1993 Branko Lankester <bra
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