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SubjectRe: The stability crisis
On Fri, 2 Jul 1999 brian@worldcontrol.com wrote:

> So far as I know there are only two ways to capture the data related to
> an oops. Write it down with a pencil, or capture it via a serial port
> on another machine. The first seems too prone to errors, and the second
> just isn't realistic for me and my cluster of machines. Too many
> serial cables going every which way. Or maybe I'm just lazy.

Perhaps the latter, but just to mention, I just daisy-chain them
all in the cluster I'm building. Works pretty well`, they all then send
the info via syslog to a logging machine. Other options are multi-port
serial cards in one machine going to all the other machines.

Stephen


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