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SubjectRe: [lkcd-general] Re: status of LKCD into Linux Kernel
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Hi,

Thanks to all.

I has been asked by customers, ISV vendors and many
to support a crash dump facility in the linux kernel.

I'd like to know issues/concerns to be merged the LKCD into
the kernel if any.

By the way, who is the kernel people to maintain a
dump facility? Linus? Dave?

Regards,
Hiro
--
Hiro Yoshioka/CTO, Miracle Linux
mailto:hyoshiok@miraclelinux.com
http://www.miraclelinux.com

From: Go Taniguchi <go@turbolinux.co.jp>
> At my point of view, LKCD is convinced that it is the most important technology
> for us.
>
> It seems to be LKCD is just working perfectly with our 2.4.17 kernel.
> It reduces plenty of time for analysing Oops. Hence,for engineers like us, LKCD
> is necessary.
>
> I am really looking forward that LKCD will be merged into Kernel main-tree
> in the near future. If it is possible that would probably be much better if
> the user ability and time for analysing can be improved.
>
> I really appreciate everybody's works in this super team-LKCD.
>
> Thanks again,
> -- GO!
>
> Matt D. Robinson wrote:
>
> > A lot of progress has been made ...
> >
> > LKCD is currently up to 2.4.17, and should be simple to
> > move into 2.5.
> >
> > I've asked Linus and others for inclusion in the past, and I
> > think it deserves consideration for 2.5, especially now that it
> > can be built into the kernel without having to be turned on.
> > At least in those cases, people who want it can turn it on,
> > and those that don't will never see it.
> >
> > The LKCD development team (over 10 engineers now) is ready.
> >
> > --Matt
> >
> > Jeff Garzik wrote:
> >
> >>Hiro Yoshioka wrote:
> >>
> >>>I have a naive question. Will the LKCD be merged into
> >>>the Linus' kernel? If yes, when? wild guess?
> >>>
> >>I talked with Matt Robinson(sp?) at LinuxWorld-NY about LKCD for a few
> >>minutes... he gave me the impression that a lot of progress has been
> >>made recently. IBM apparently has some guys working on it, too.
> >>
> >>I've always thought Linux needs industrial strength crash dumps like the
> >>other Unices. There are many benefits, but my own is self interest:
> >>bug reports get 1000 times better, since you get along with the crash
> >>point a lot more info about the state of the system at the time of the
> >>crash.
> >>
> >>So, I hope LKCD is looked upon favorably by the Penguin Gods. :)
> >>
> >> Jeff
> >>
> >
> > _______________________________________________
> > Lkcd-general mailing list
> > Lkcd-general@lists.sourceforge.net
> > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/lkcd-general
> >
> >
>
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