robert at ocallahan.org
Fri Aug 25 10:43:27 UTC 2017
On Fri, Aug 25, 2017 at 8:17 PM, Alejandro Exojo <alex at vikingsoft.eu> wrote:
> I have an embedded device that I would like to use with rr. It has an
> Intel 32 bit CPU, and is fairly speedy, but we only use cross
> compilation and debugging. It's possible that somebody on the team is
> using debugging directly on the target, since it even has gdb (not
> just gdbserver) installed on the image.
> I've searched on the mailing list archives and the issues on github,
> but I could not find anything relevant. I also have not found any
> Yocto recipe (i.e. "a ready made package"), so I would have to write
> my own.
> Before I do that, do you have any advice? Should I check first if the
> CPU is supported?
Yes. My guess is that it probably isn't supported...
> Is the file format for the recording portable,
It is possible to ship traces to another machine to replay if you build rr
master. Your destination machine will need Linux 4.12.
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