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In windbg, we can use "!heap -p -a [address]" to show the stacktrace when the heap was allocated.

In gdb, especially for kernel debugging, there is any way to achieve the same thing in linux?

  • I really looked hard to find what you want but, i couldn't find any close thing to your question. I don't know how WinDBG support that feature, maybe because Windows NT specific kernel structure. Edit: I saw Igor's answer now. You must find another way. – de6f Mar 9 '17 at 15:18
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AFAIK Windbg relies on the user-mode stack trace database provided by the kernel/ntdll. I think there is nothing similar built-in into Linux, but you can try some third-party tools, e.g. heaptrack

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