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SubjectRe: How log oops ?

Hello Peter, Didn't get your last message in very readable
format, I don't read my mail HTML'ified. I'm ASCII only...

OK, So the kernel stop before you can get to a login prompt
try using a boot floppy & recovery disk, boot these then
e2fsck your partitions & then mount the partition with
/var/adm on it . I beleive that you can cp off the syslog
file to a (preferably dos formatted) floppy & may be able to
get to it that way . YMMV IE: I'm not very sure of success.

On Sat, 31 May 1997, Mr. James W. Laferriere Network Engineer wrote:
> Hello Peter, Try dmeag > filename
> then vi filename to get rid of everything but the Oops.
>
> On Sat, 31 May 1997, Peter Enderborg wrote:
> > I have problems to log kernel Oops. I got them on the text console.
> > But ksymoops should have them from a file. What file , and how
> > should I get the logs there ? Im using syslogd version 1.3-0
> > and klogd version 1.3-0. (Slackware 96). In my /etc/syslog.conf
> > i have an entry like
> > *.* /usr/adm/all.log
> > And still no oops in that log. (Or any other log)
> > Is there any FAQ about oops ? It must be some magic to log
> > filesystems oops in the oops log !?
> >

Hth, JimL
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