PinOS: a programmable framework for whole-system dynamic instrumentation

@inproceedings{Bungale2007PinOSAP,
  title={PinOS: a programmable framework for whole-system dynamic instrumentation},
  author={Prashanth P. Bungale and Chi-Keung Luk},
  booktitle={VEE},
  year={2007}
}
PinOS is an extension of the Pin dynamic instrumentation framework for whole-system instrumentation, i.e., to instrument both kernel and user-level code. It achieves this by interposing between the subject system and hardware using virtualization techniques. Specifically, PinOS is built on top of the Xen virtual machine monitor with Intel VT technology to allow instrumentation of unmodified OSes. PinOS is based on software dynamic translation and hence can perform pervasive fine-grain… CONTINUE READING

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