* Aurelien Jarno: >> I've been running into this myself a lot lately and wonder if >> anything has happened regarding this since 2014, after all it's >> been six years.
>> I'm surprised so few people seem to be taking interest in this >> considering the amount of tools that rely on frame pointers for >> performant stack traces, which has further increased with the >> introduction of eBPF. > > I understand the need for -fno-omit-frame-pointer, however it has a > performance impact, so we do not want to do that by default. OTOH > providing an alternative libc is something tricky if we do not want it > to do it without breaking systems. Someone has to come with a patch that > is well tested. Most unwinders should be able to use asynchronous unwind tables, which only impact disk size (and the size of VM mappings).