|author||Dmitry V. Levin <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sun Feb 07 14:37:53 2016 +0000|
|committer||Dmitry V. Levin <email@example.com>||Mon Feb 08 18:25:33 2016 +0000|
tests: extend coverage of execve and execveat syscalls Check decoding of inaccessible or partially inaccessible arrays. * tests/execve-v.c: New file. * tests/execveat-v.c: Likewise. * tests/execve-v.test: New test. * tests/execveat-v.test: Likewise. * tests/execve.c: Rewrite. * tests/execveat.c: Likewise. * tests/execve.test: Likewise. * tests/execveat.test: Likewise. * tests/execve.expected: Remove. * tests/execve-v.expected: Likewise. * tests/execveat.expected: Likewise. * tests/execveat-v.expected: Likewise. * tests/.gitignore: Add execve-v and execveat-v. * tests/Makefile.am (check_PROGRAMS): Likewise. (TESTS): Add execve-v.test and execveat-v.test. (EXTRA_DIST): Remove execve.expected, execve-v.expected, execveat.expected, and execveat-v.expected.
This is strace -- a diagnostic, debugging and instructional userspace utility for Linux. It is used to monitor 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.
strace is released under a Berkeley-style license at the request of Paul Kranenburg; see the file COPYING for details.
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