Muli Ben-Yehuda's journal

June 16, 2004

Fwd: Acknowledgement

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 7:47 PM
To: sct-hackers [syscalltrack-hackers (at) lists.sourceforge.net]

The paper mentioned below is temporarily available from

			

Click to access sudarshan.pdf

Cheers, Muli ----- Forwarded message from Sudarshan Srinivasan [smsriniv (at) uiuc.edu] ----- Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 11:22:00 -0500 =46rom: Sudarshan Srinivasan [smsriniv (at) uiuc.edu] X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook, Build 10.0.2627 To: mulix (at) mulix.org Subject: Acknowledgement Hi, I'm a grad student at UIUC. I used syscalltrack for one of the projects that I'm working on- an extension to the Linux 2.4 kernel that allows processes to be rolled back to a previous execution state and re-executed deterministically (for cyclic debugging). I've attached a copy of the paper based on that project, which has been accepted for publication in the USENIX technical conference proceedings. I found syscalltrack easy to extend and very useful. I wanted to thank you for making it available as open-source. I'll be releasing the code for Flashback soon. You can download it from http://carmen.cs.uiuc.edu. I'd appreciate comments and feedback. Thanks! Best wishes, Sudarshan ----- End forwarded message ----- -- Muli Ben-Yehuda http://www.mulix.org | http://mulix.livejournal.com/

2 Comments »

  1. Wow.
    Cool.
    Both the “state record/replay” project and the fact the syscalltrack was used as a foundation are extremely cool.

    Comment by omerm — June 17, 2004 @ 8:19 AM | Reply


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