addresses in xmon trace output?

Steven Hanley sjh at
Thu Jun 28 13:10:43 EST 2001

On Wed, Jun 27, 2001 at 07:11:03PM -0700, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
> They're addresses all right. lists the beginning of each
> function; those addresses will be somewhere in the middle.  It's
> sorted; find the closest match before each.

okay, that was easy, although the first address doesnt seem to be in the map
anywhere, maybe I copied it down wrong I suppose.

[13:04:08] 30 shiva sjh ~>./ /boot/
c67b2098 c00e1bd8 c00e1080 c011f9df c00de590 c00de7ec c003b6a4 c0003b3c
Addr: c00e1bd8 A: c00e1aa8 B: c00e1cb0 Function: c00e1aa8 T alloc_skb
Addr: c00e1080 A: c00e1004 B: c00e1170 Function: c00e1004 T sock_alloc_send_skb
Addr: c011f9df A: c011f8b4 B: c011fc74 Function: c011f8b4 t unix_stream_sendmsg
Addr: c00de590 A: c00de4f4 B: c00de5c0 Function: c00de4f4 T sock_sendmsg
Addr: c00de7ec A: c00de758 B: c00de7fc Function: c00de758 t sock_write
Addr: c003b6a4 A: c003b5dc B: c003b6f0 Function: c003b5dc T sys_write
Addr: c0003b3c A: c0003b3c B: c0003bf0 Function: c0003b3c T ret_from_syscall_1

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