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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] kdump: Fix for boot problems on SMP
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    On Saturday 20 November 2004 08:30, Andrew Morton wrote:
    > So.. How is the crashdump code working now? I haven't heard from anyone
    > who is using it and I haven't gotten onto testing it myself.
    >
    > Do we have any feeling for its success rate on various machines, and on its
    > ease of use?

    Though I always genarate a panic intentionally on normal UP box,
    (enable panic_on_oops, and generate kernel NULL pointer dereference)
    It allways boot second-kernel successfully.

    # gdb <first-kernel> -c /proc/vmcore
    ...

    "up" or "down", and it displays the correct local/global values with "print"





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