Oracle Still Working On DTrace For Linux In 2018
Linux administrators and developers have seen SystemTap come about as well as LTTng, improvements to ftrace/ltrace/strace, and most recently eBPF going mainline and becoming quite popular. But if you are still interested in DTrace on Linux, Oracle has been continuing their work.
Oracle's Tomáš Jedlička presented on the state of DTrace for Linux as well as some example usage. His presentation was at FOSDEM 2018 earlier this month. If you are interested in DTrace for Linux, the presentation is embedded below or there is also the PDF slide deck.
The user-space and kernel portions for DTrace on Linux continue to be hosted at oss.oracle.com. The kernel bits are focused on Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) for Oracle Linux, which is currently based against Linux v4.1.