Monthly Archives: November 2011

DTrace, FreeBSD 9.0, and Erlang

While working on the DTrace probes for the Erlang R15 release (which I’ve blogged about earlier this month), I discovered that the build recipe for FreeBSD 9.0 was broken.  Oh no, my favorite OS doesn’t work, sound the alarm! FreeBSD … Continue reading

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SystemTap and Erlang: a tutorial

As mentioned in my previous posting, DTrace and Erlang: a status report, it’s also possible to use Linux’s SystemTap to watch the inner workings of the Erlang virtual machine.  This is possible via a DTrace compatibility layer built in to SystemTap. In theory, any Linux … Continue reading

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DTrace and Erlang: a status report

I thought it’d be a good idea to write a status report about my work with Erlang, DTrace, and some SystemTap. Quick, I Want an Overview and Some Slides…. I gave a presentation at the Erlang User Conference  in Stockholm a couple … Continue reading

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Been a while since I’ve written

Life has been busy.  Very good, but also busy. Professionally, things at Basho are very good.  It’s a great bunch of smart, ego-firmly-in-check folks.  Basho sent me to the Erlang User Conference  in Stockholm a couple weeks ago to present my … Continue reading

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