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Systemtap error reporting.

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error::reporting - systemtap error reporting

COMMERCIAL SUPPORT

If you have a commercial support agreement with your OS distributor that covers this soft‐ ware, we recommend getting your money's worth by using their problem reporting systems first.

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

Systemtap community & volunteer developers are eager to hear problem reports, so they can improve the software. Various ways to contact them include: public mailing list @sourceware.org public IRC #systemtap on irc.freenode.net, use fpaste.org for snippets of text public bugzilla http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/

INFORMATION TO COLLECT

In general, please include information about your platform, systemtap version, your scripts & custom tapsets, systemtap invocation, actual behavior / errors seen, and expected behavior. The stap-report script collects useful system/kernel information that helps describe the OS environment; please include its output.

SEE ALSO

stap(1), stap-report(1), http://sourceware.org/systemtap/wiki/
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error::reporting(7stap) referred by dtrace(1) | error::buildid(7stap) | error::dwarf(7stap) | error::fault(7stap) | error::inode-uprobes(7stap) | error::pass1(7stap) | error::pass2(7stap) | error::pass3(7stap) | error::pass4(7stap) | error::pass5(7stap) | error::process-tracking(7stap) | error::sdt(7stap) | stap(1) | warning::debuginfo(7stap) | warning::symbols(7stap)
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