Some actions are destructive only to a particular process. These actions are available to users with the dtrace_proc or dtrace_user privileges. See Chapter 35, Security, in Solaris Dynamic Tracing Guide for details on DTrace security privileges.
When a probe fires with the stop() action enabled, the process that fired that probe stops upon leaving the kernel. This process stops in the same way as a process that is stopped by a proc(4) action.
void raise(int signal)
void copyout(void *buf, uintptr_t addr, size_t nbytes)
The copyout() action copies data from a buffer to an address in memory. The number of bytes that this action copies is specified in nbytes. The buffer that the data is copied from is specified in buf. The address that the data is copied to is specified in addr. That address is in the address space of the process that is associated with the current thread.
void copyoutstr(string str, uintptr_t addr, size_t maxlen)
The copyoutstr() action copies a string to an address in memory. The string to copy is specified in str. The address that the string is copied to is specified in addr. That address is in the address space of the process that is associated with the current thread.
void system(string program, ...)