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SubjectRe: how to capture long oops w/o having second machine
Wouldn't you know it. I've patched my kernel with kdb and now I can't
get it to throw up.

Maybe it'll do it once this mail gets sent out like it did last time.

I'd prefer a dumper also. I went and grabbed LKCD but it didn't patch
cleanly against test12 so I decided against it.

dean gaudet wrote:
>
> i've always been curious why none of the crash dump patches are default.
> an oops dumper alone would seem to be most useful. (i know anything more
> would be unacceptable 'cause linus isn't into debuggers ;)
>
> -dean
>

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