The Linux Plumbers 2016 Tracing track is focusing on the various tracing infrastructures in Linux today and how various people and companies use them.

Topic suggestions

  • Building your own tools around existing kernel infrastructure
  • Wishlist items for kernel tracing
  • Issues that have been discovered using tracing
  • New features in bpf/perf/ftrace
  • Visualization frameworks
  • Distributed tracing
  • Always-on analytics and monitoring (including TCP/networking/storage)
  • Tracing at large scale
  • Hardware Tracing (including latest work in perf/CoreSight and trace decoders)
  • Integration of trace buffering and aggregation tools

Possible interested attendees

  • Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo
  • Ingo Molnar
  • Steve Rostedt
  • Eric Dumazet
  • Brendan Gregg
  • Martin Lau
  • Daniel Borkmann
  • Jiri Pirko
  • Brenden Blanco
  • Mathieu Desnoyers
  • David Ahern
  • Sasha Goldshtein
  • Suchakra Sharma
  • Allan McAleavy
  • Yonghong Song
  • Wang Nan
  • He Kuang
  • Ming Lei
  • Daniel Wagner
  • Josh Poimboeuf

Talk proposals

Please feel free to add your name and proposal here.

Tentative Schedule

No schedule as of yet.

Note: The final schedule will be posted on the website on the Schedule page. Presentation slides will available on the Plumbers page by following the links to the abstracts.

Discussion notes

Notes from the sessions will be recorded using Etherpads (links will be provided). It is very important that each session has good notes. All too often, if notes were not written down, the session might as well not have happened.


Proposal added by Josef Bacik and I will run this microconf along with Alexei Starovoitov

2016/tracing.txt · Last modified: 2016/07/07 13:22 by
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