See the Beta section of the LTTng website for the latest downloadable installers for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
The installers ship with the required Java virtual machine.
Build from source
Maven 3.3 or later
If you use Oracle’s JVM, which is typical on Windows and macOS, then JavaFX is already included.
If you use OpenJDK, you might need to install OpenJFX separately. On Debian and Ubuntu, you can run the following command to install the requirements:
sudo apt install openjdk-8-jre openjdk-8-jdk openjfx
To build and install LTTng Scope from source:
Clone this repository.
mvn clean install -DskipTests
mvn command finishes, you can start LTTng Scope:
java -jar lttng-scope-ui/target/lttng-scope-ui-*-jar-with-dependencies.jar
Relation to Trace Compass
LTTng Scope is based on some parts of the Trace Compass source code. However, it is meant to be a separate project with different design goals. While Trace Compass aims to support any analysis for any trace type, LTTng Scope aims to:
Focus on LTTng use cases.
Streamline the user experience.
Running analyses on the command line (in a CI server, for example) with text-based output is also within the realm of possibilities.
- Mailing list
firstname.lastname@example.org). Preferably, use the
#lttngon the OFTC network.
- Code contribution
Create a new GitHub pull request.
- Bug reporting
Create a new GitHub issue.
- Continuous integration
The LTTng blog contains posts about LTTng Scope.