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Dear All, I need to trace all the system calls made and signals recieved by the process "sendmail". i use the strace command to do this, but in case of ...
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    Tracing system calls of sendmail


    Dear All,

    I need to trace all the system calls made and signals recieved by the process "sendmail". i use the strace command to do this, but in case of sendmail, the strace command fails. It shows something like, "operation not permitted".. how can i trace the system calls of sendmail? Please help me.. thanks

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    Maybe it's a trivial tip, but you probably need to be root to do this.
    "I don't know what I'm running from
    And I don't know where I'm running to
    There's something deep and strange inside of me I see"

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    Tracing system calls of sendmail

    I was a root while trying with strace, but still i failed due to insufficient privilege, how can i gain the privilege to trace the system calls made by sendmail?

    sOldFiSh

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