Kernel module required for live tracing, built via dkms

Sysdig is open source, system-level exploration: capture system state and
activity from a running Linux instance, then save, filter and analyze.
Think of it as strace + tcpdump + lsof + awesome sauce.
With a little Lua cherry on top.

Sysdig instruments your physical and virtual machines at the OS level
by installing into the Linux kernel and capturing system calls and other
OS events. Then, using sysdig's command line interface, you can filter and.
decode these events in order to extract useful information. Sysdig can be used
to inspect systems live in real-time, or to generate trace files that can be
analyzed at a later stage.

This package uses DKMS to automatically build the sysdig kernel module.



Group: System/Kernel and hardware

License: GPLv2+




dkms-sysdig-0.24.2-1.fc27.noarch [104 KiB] Changelog by josef radinger (2018-12-30):
- bump version
dkms-sysdig-0.24.1-1.fc27.noarch [100 KiB] Changelog by josef radinger (2018-12-07):
- bump version
- fix download link
- add tbb-devel to Buildrequires
- add compat-lua-devel to Buildrequires
- add jsoncpp-devel to Buildrequires
- add jq-devel to Buildrequires
- add libb64-devel to Buildrequires
- disable use of bundled dep


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Fedora 30i386 x86_64  
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Fedora 27i386   
Fedora ALLi386 x86_64  
Use the software as is. Bug-Reports should go to my Ticket-System and not to the systems from Fedora|RedHat|Centos|rpmfusion.