strace 4.18

strace is a diagnostic, debugging and instructional userspace utility for Linux. It is used to monitor and tamper with interactions between processes and the Linux kernel, which include system calls, signal deliveries, and changes of process state. The operation of strace is made possible by the kernel feature known as ptrace.

Tags c debugger software-development
License BSDL
State stable

Recent Releases

4.1805 Jul 2017 18:14 minor feature: This is a stable release, with the usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements.
4.1614 Feb 2017 21:38 minor feature: This is a stable release, with the usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements.
4.1514 Dec 2016 21:51 major feature: This is a stable release which, besides the usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements, introduces a syscall fault injection feature.
4.1326 Jul 2016 21:12 minor feature: This is a stable release, with the usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements.
4.1231 May 2016 17:48 minor feature: This is a stable release, with the usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements.
4.1122 Dec 2015 00:40 minor feature: This is a stable release, with the usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements.
4.1006 Mar 2015 16:23 minor feature: This is a stable release, with the usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements.
4.915 Aug 2014 21:36 minor feature: This is a stable release, with the usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements.