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SubjectRe: Linux Kernel Debuggers, KDB or KGDB?
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pjalbrecht@home.com said:
> Where can I find an analysis of the relative strengths and weaknesses
> of KDB and KGDB for kernel debug? Has the linux community come to any
> consensus regarding the utility one or the other?

You ought to add UML to the list, since it is useful for debugging any part of
the kernel that's not arch code or a hardware device driver (except that
there's now USB support for UML).

Jeff


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