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SubjectRe: [Fastboot] Re: Announce: dumpfs v0.01 - common RAS output API
On Iau, 2004-07-29 at 01:22, Andrew Morton wrote:
> eh? People do care. The point here is that we should stop the DMA in the
> dump kernel, not from within the broken kernel.

And pray just how do you expect to prove that the dump kernel isnt
being overwritten *as* it is being loaded.

> btw, if we simply insert a five-second-pause, what problems does that
> leave? Network Rx, which is OK. Disk writes will have completed (?).
> What remains?

Network RX is the obvious one since we've no idea where the DMA is
going in memory.

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