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[Qemu-discuss] using qemu to sandbox/trace a process and its children on
[Qemu-discuss] using qemu to sandbox/trace a process and its children on linux
Tue, 2 Oct 2012 13:28:45 +0200
I'm wondering if it is possible to use qemu to sandbox a program (on linux) such that it becomes possible to trace all system calls made by that program and its children.
(The program does not need to be a running process yet).
Until now, I've been using "strace" utility for that purpose, but it turns out that strace cannot be invoked recursively (you cannot invoke strace on a process that invokes strace itself; this is different from using the "-f" flag to strace).
So any tools I make that depend on strace essentially become "bad citizens" because they cannot be straced themselves, and I want to avoid that.
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