Release Notes: This release includes fixes for the highly problematic trace buffer allocation problem, and for a trace event mask setting bug.
Release Notes: Support for PowerPC was added both for tracing and visualization. The patches were updated to 2.4.0-test10, and minor bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: The RTAI real-time Linux extension is now instrumented and supported. Handling of trace analysis and interpretation is now generalized in order to ease support of other operating systems. The documentation was updated.
Release Notes: The keyboard can be used to scroll the traces, and slight changes to the display in order to facilitate visualization of traces.
Release Notes: The daemon now uses mmap instead of read to access trace information to commit to a file, the stack-browsing problem has been fixed, it's now possible to read very large trace files without any problem, and patches have been updated.
Release Notes: Complete instrumentation of the kernel, compile-time option for kernel-support for tracing, configurabilty of the trace driver, configurability of events traced and level of detail, extended configurability of the trace daemon, lots of enhancements to the GUI front-end of LTT, experimental support for SMP, advanced system analysis, availability of time spent waiting for I/O, help files, updated patches for most recent kernels, and more.
Release Notes: Initial release