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SubjectRe: [kernel panic @ reboot] 2.6.0-test10-mm1
On Thu, 27 Nov 2003 00:41:47 +0100 Vince <fuzzy77@free.fr> wrote:

| Mike Fedyk wrote:
| > Interesting. It would be nice to have a boot option that halts the system
| > after the first oops, instead of trying to continue.

You mean like the "panic_on_oops" sysctl?? (implemented in i386 & ppc64)

| > Vince/Randy:
| > Did you use the 2.5.65 patch at http://w.ods.org/tools/kmsgdump/ or is there
| > some other place that has newer patches?
| >
| > BTW, http://www.xenotime.net/linux/kmsgdump gives a 404 error.
|
| My version comes from:
| http://developer.osdl.org/rddunlap/kmsgdump/

Yes, kmsgdump is now here ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.
Sorry about any confusion there.

From Vince:
| It worked, but I had -- as expected -- to write the oops by hand.
| (user request to Randy: would it be possible to have an option in
| kmsgdump to only write the first oops on floppy ???)

Um, could you elaborate on why you would want that?
kmsgdump assumes that the entire floppy belongs to it, so there
should be plenty of room for multiple oopsen (although I don't
know what it does on disk-full....).

I plan to add support for > 32 KB log buf sizes, but that's all I have
planned for now.

--
~Randy
MOTD: Always include version info.
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