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    SubjectRe: (dumb?) idea for kernel oops...
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    > I was thinking about when the kernel hangs or otherwise dies with an
    > oops...what's to keep it from saving the crash info in a known memory
    > location and restarting the kernel from scratch? Its dead anyway, so
    > its not like you're going to lose any information...but you might be
    > able to save some.

    Why don't we just make the kernel stable instead? :) Instead of saying
    "Oh, it will just recover itself in case of a hang" we should be thinking
    "It will not hang"

    Just my $0.02



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    James Willard
    james@cows.ml.org

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