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SubjectRe: Available watchdog test cases
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On Sun, 2003-03-09 at 01:40, Paul Rolland wrote:
> Just a quick question : is there an easy to force the kernel to Oops,
> to make sure that the watchdog will even be working under such
> conditions ?
>
> I know people are all trying to avoid Oops... but I think the testplan
> should include that too...
>
> Regards,
> Paul

You can write a kernel module that when loaded will disable all
interrupts and sit and spin, or even easier just call panic().

--rustyl

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