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    SubjectRe: Dumb question: Why are exceptions such as SIGSEGV not logged
    Thank you all for your valuable input,

    I was chasing some data corruption testing swsusp.

    This simple patch met my immediate needs (against 2.4.22-rc1)

    diff -uN kernel/signal.c.orig kernel/signal.c
    --- kernel/signal.c.orig 2003-08-16 22:08:57.000000000 +0800
    +++ kernel/signal.c 2003-08-17 06:21:49.000000000 +0800
    @@ -536,6 +536,11 @@
    int ret;

    + if (sig == 11 || sig == 13)
    + printk("Signal: %d\n",sig);
    #if DEBUG_SIG
    printk("SIG queue (%s:%d): %d ", t->comm, t->pid, sig);

    > ----------------
    > 5. Use step 4 and if the problem persists and is not secondary to a
    > rogue program/daemon get a 3.5 ft (approx. 1 meter) length of sucker rod*
    > and have a chat with the user in question.

    As to security concerns, I feel this being the appropriate approach ;)


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