Using "-c" and CTRL+C

enh enh at
Wed May 7 16:18:50 UTC 2014

i see this too at ToT.

On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 7:54 AM, Bud Millwood <budm at> wrote:
> Hi all, I'm not on this list but I'll keep an eye out for a response to this
> message.
> In the past I noticed that if I ran "strace -c" against a process, I could
> press CTRL-C and strace would print out the statistics it had collected so
> far, then exit. It now seems to just exit without printing any of the
> statistics.
> I use strace to analyze where my application is spending its time, but it's
> important that I start and stop strace long after the target process has
> started and long before it has stopped. In other words, there is a very
> specific time period in which I want to strace my process and I know what I
> expect to see.
> Has this behavior changed? If so, was the change on purpose?
> - Bud

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