That looks to be a nice idea. We should certainly look into thisWhat does the code in the jumped-to vma do?1. Write a trace entry into shared memory, trap into the kernel on overflow.
2. Trap if a condition is satisfied (fast watchpoint implementation).
possibility. However can we look at this option probably a little later?
Our plan was to do one step at a time i.e have the basic uprobes in
first and target the booster (i.e jump to the next instruction without
the need for single-stepping next).
We could look at this option of using jump instead of int3 after we are
done with the booster. Hope that's okay.