Systemtap is a GUI to assist in the development of Systemtap scripts and to graph the return values of those scripts. It is intended to ease the use of the Systemtap tool for Linux. It is both an IDE for the scripting language and a data visualization and analysis tool. The GUI is targeted at system administrators who want to get information out of their system using Systemtap, as well as developers who wish to write new scripts. It is an Eclipse-based application.
|Tags||Monitoring Operating System Kernels Linux Systems Administration|
|Licenses||Eclipse Public License|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds command line build options (x86, x86_64, and ppc), new Dashboard scripts, new graph types, and support for graphing tabular stap output. It improves graphing performance and the help documentation.
Release Notes: A Dashboard Perspective was added along with two sample modules (Hard Disk->Disk Access, Memory->Page Faults). Users can now open "pre-canned" modules through the Dashboard and run them in this perspective. Multiple graphs can be viewed using these modules. Other small feature enhancements and bugfixes were made. This build should work with any version of Linux running on i386, x86_64, or PPC.
No changes have been submitted for this release.