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    SubjectRe: kdump detection in SCSI drivers
    > Hi,
    >
    > Is there a standard way for drivers (RAID) to detect if the current
    > kernel is running in kdump mode? We would like to adjust driver behavior
    > dynamically when kdump is active by scaling down resources.

    Perhaps you should be automatically using little resources when little
    memory is available, or something?

    With upcomping kjump patches, it is more "interesting" than kdump
    vs. no kdump.
    Pavel
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