[erlang-questions] Compile with flag --with-dynamic-trace=systemtap failed

Lukas Larsson lukas@REDACTED
Fri Sep 14 15:05:14 CEST 2012


On our systemtap testmachine we have the dtrace command available:

-bash-4.2$ dtrace --help
Usage /usr/bin/dtrace [--help] [-h | -G] [-C [-I<Path>]] -s File.d [-o <File>]
Where -h builds a systemtap header file from the .d file
      -C when used with -h, also run cpp preprocessor
      -o specifies an explicit output file name,
         the default for -G is file.o and -h is file.h
      -I when running cpp pass through this -I include Path
      -s specifies the name of the .d input file
      -G builds a stub file.o from file.d,
         which is required by some packages that use dtrace.

I'm not the guy who has implemented/installed it for us, but I think
that when you install systemtap you should also get a utility called


On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 4:55 AM, goofansu <goofan.su@REDACTED> wrote:
> dtrace: failed to compile script emulator/beam/erlang_dtrace.d: Preprocessor
> not found
> configure: error: Could not precompile erlang_dtrace.d: dtrace -h failed
> configure: error: /root/otp/erts/configure failed for erts
> OS: fedora17
> I've installed systemtap. Shall I install dtrace?
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