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SubjectRe: Kernel Debugging Documentation

Andrea,

You're a stud. This is great.

:-)

Jeff

Andrea Arcangeli wrote:
>
> Back in May I wrote a quite estensive documentation about all the
> possible/best ways to debug the Linux Kernel for a talk/tranining that I
> did in San Jose in May. I find now the time to clean it up and to upload
> since I think it could result useful to everybody dealing with kernel
> developement.
>
> ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/people/andrea/talks/english/2000/kdebug-may-2000-20000907.tar.gz
>
> It addresses
> MCORE/LKCD/KDB/KGDB/NMI-watchdog/TRACER/IKD/PRINTK/BUG/OOPS/KMSGDUMP and
> many other issues (simptom/realbug as well).
>
> They were the digital slides for the talk, so while writing them I
> expected to ingegrate them with speach, but they should be readable also
> standalone.
>
> They're written in MGP (MagiPoint, not that I like it too much but
> kpresenter wasn't that powerful at that time). A postscript is included
> into the tarball as well (they should be easily readable with `gv` with
> antialiasing enabled).
>
> I'd say it's a _must_ read for any kernel developer (feel free to announce
> it on other places as well if you think it's good idea of course).
>
> Hope you find them useful, have fun.
>
> Andrea
>
> PS. If you have patches for the document send them to me and I'll
> integrate them. Kurt just sent me a 1000 lines patch to
> correct my english errors in the original version :))
>
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