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SubjectRe: 2.6.1-mm2

> | > When the kernel prints that `badness' message it then prints a stack
> | > backtrace. That's what we want.
> |
> | But how to get that? When the machine locks up, I don't see anything
> | written and only *sometimes* I got above message in the log -whcih I
> | can only see afterwards. But there is nothing else realted to it in the
> | log...
>
> (I didn't see any replies to this...)
>
> The usual answer is to use a serial console to log the kernel messages,
> but not everyone has that option available to them.
>
> Depending on your system, you might be able to use kmsgdump to
> capture the final kernel messages to a floppy disk (if you have a
> "legacy" type floppy). If you are interested in trying that,
> the kmsgdump patch is available at
> http://developer.osdl.org/rddunlap/kmsgdump/

Sounds interesting. I will give it a try. But according to your other
post, it seems to have problems with APIC, so just the case which seems
to make problems for me...

Prakash
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