On 4/5/23 18:25, Jerome Marchand wrote:
On 05/04/2023 12:03, Zamir SUN wrote:
> I'm working on libtraceevent and libtracefs update. There will be
> soname bump happening to them. Namely,
> libtraceevent.so 1.6.3 -> 1.7.2
> libtracefs.so 1.5.0 -> 1.6.4
> IIRC only kernel-tools (for perf and rtla) and trace-cmd depends on
> them. So I'm also copying their corresponding contacts.
I imagine you implicitly included kernelshark in trace-cmd, but it's his
own package now.
Ah right, by trace-cmd I do really also mean kernelshark as well.
There is also rasdaemon
Thanks for double check! Luckily I tried rasdaemon and it seems it is
still working fine with this update.
# dnf --enablerepo '*' repoquery --whatrequires libtraceevent
Last metadata expiration check: 0:00:35 ago on Wed 05 Apr 2023 12:18:21
[root@jmarchan-f37 ~]# dnf --enablerepo '*' repoquery --whatrequires
Last metadata expiration check: 0:00:45 ago on Wed 05 Apr 2023 12:18:21
> As for libtraceevent, I've tried running trace-cmd/perf/rtla with the
> new version and they still works. So I've updated it in Rawhide,
> Fedora 38 and Fedora 37. They are now in Bodhi.
> As for libtracefs I've built it in side tag f39-build-side-65890. I
> plan to update it in both Rawhide and Fedora 38 this week.
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