Monitoring and debugging for a real-time system is a complicated problem due to the lack of a set of advanced tools and adequate operating system capability. Software tools can cover the wide range of the software development life cycle from the requirement analysis phase to debugging and maintenance phases. However, the tools available for development of traditional PC software are not sufficient for development of real-time systems. Real-time software tools and effective kernel support are essential to facilitate the development of real-time software as this allows developers of real-time systems to better understand and troubleshoot their systems. This thesis has been formulated to find a suitable technical solution to evaluate the Tracealyzer tool on the CPP platform. We have investigated existing tools and implemented a recorder for the Tracealyzer tool and evaluated it under realistic conditions. The evaluation showed that the CPU usage was quite low, about 1% at 30 % CPU load.