All I can see are 'System Call' events.



All I can see are 'System Call' events. Where are my other events?


You can see only 'System Call' events because there are many more of them than there are of any other type of event. One of these events is created every time a call is made to the operating system. Unless you explicitly want to see the system call events, you should filter them out so you can see the more useful events. There are two ways to do this:

1. In the BoundsChecker menu, go to BoundsChecker Settings | 'select events'.  Uncheck the interrupts/faults box.  Reboot for the setting to take effect.  BoundsChecker will no longer log the 'system call' events next time you boot.

2. Filter out the system calls and page faults by unchecking them in the 'Filter Specific Events' option in the BoundsChecker menu.  They are located in the 'types' section. Keep in mind that the event buffer is of a limited size, and that sometimes, so many system call events occur that they fill the buffer, erasing the useful events.  If this is the case, you need to use method #1 above.

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