Re: blog post: Monitoring real-time latencies
From: Alexander Hirsch
Date: Sun Jan 10 2016 - 10:55:17 EST
Julien Desfossez <jdesfossez <at> efficios.com> writes:
> Here is a blog post related to detecting and understanding high
> interrupt-processing latencies on real-time systems. It is based on a
> new project called latency_tracker that hooks on the existing kernel
> tracepoints and executes actions when high latency events occur.
> It is a work in progress, so if you are interested and/or have any
> comments, please let me know.
Building lttng-modules 2.7.1 against linux-rt-4.1.15-rt17 (the most recent
releases respectively, except for linux-rt-4.4-rc*) fails because of the
patch introducing the sched_waking tracepoint to linux-rt
(sched-introduce-the-27trace_sched_waking-27-tracepoint.patch), which also
updates the sched_wakeup and sched_wakeup_template function prototypes to
The check for LINUX_VERSION_CODE >= KERNEL_VERSION(4,3,0) in the
instrumentation by lttng-modules
(instrumentation/events/lttng-module/sched.h) fails of course.