Debugging the Linux Kernel
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Debugging the Linux kernel is a challenging but vital part of developing with Embedded Linux systems. Even if you are not working in the kernel itself, it is often useful and necessary to look in more detail at what the Linux kernel is doing. For example you might want to investigate changes in behaviour when updating the kernel version or to understand what's happening with the scheduling of your user space processes.
In this webinar:
We'll review the different tools and methodologies available to us in a typical embedded Linux system to debug the Linux kernel, from the humble 'printk' through to advanced debug probes such as the ARM® DSTREAM Debug and Trace unit.
The one-hour training webinar will be presented by Doulos Embedded Senior Member Technical Staff and Linux expert Simon Goda. Interactive Q&A with techncial staff from ARM and Doulos is available to attendees throughout.
Attendance is free of charge.
Topics covered:Why debug the kernel?
The humble printk & kernel logs
In-kernel debugging - KGDB/KDB (Demo)
On-chip debugging - JTAG (Demo)
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