On Tue, Aug 30, 2022 at 02:48:49PM -0700, Suren Baghdasaryan wrote: > =========================== > Code tagging framework > =========================== > Code tag is a structure identifying a specific location in the source code > which is generated at compile time and can be embedded in an application- > specific structure. Several applications of code tagging are included in > this RFC, such as memory allocation tracking, dynamic fault injection, > latency tracking and improved error code reporting. > Basically, it takes the old trick of "define a special elf section for > objects of a given type so that we can iterate over them at runtime" and > creates a proper library for it. I might be super dense this morning, but what!? I've skimmed through the set and I don't think I get it. What does this provide that ftrace/kprobes don't already allow?