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SubjectRe: writing OOPS/panic info to nvram?
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On vrijdag, september 6, 2002, at 12:06 , Pavel Machek wrote:

> Hi!
>
>> driver oopses... Maybe do something like:
>>
>> if there is enough space on disk && ..., use that else
>> if there is a swap over nfs && ..., use that else
>> if there is a tape drive attaced and a tape is present and it is
>> writeable... else
>> if there is nvram available use that
>
> You just killed any data you had on the tape... too bad.
> Pavel

Yes, so, or you just saved that oops that has been bugging you for
months... (And yes I'm probably one of those rare people that has
tapedrives attached that are not used for anything usefull).

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