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SubjectRe: where is the kernel debugger?
Keith Owens wrote:

> http://oss.sgi.com/projects/kdb/download/ix86
>
> Stay away from 1.5-beta for the moment unless you like debugging the
> debugger. No patch against 2.4.0-test9-pre7 yet, hopefully later
> today.

How broken is it? I have a test9-pre7 system that's exhibits an elusive bug,
reiserfs hangs at boot time, and all I need is a backtrace on the D state
processes. Can I do that with 1.5b2? I've already started the compile and
it takes a while on this particular machine.

-d


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