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SubjectRe: LKCD on 2.6 IA64 Linux Kernel
On Tue, Jan 25, 2005 at 03:16:21PM -0000, Sachithanantham_Saravanan@emc.com wrote:
> Hi all,
> I tried using lkcd on a ia64 machine running on 2.6.5-7.111 SuSe Kernel for
> debugging. I configured the swap device as the dump device and I created
> panics,oops to generate dumps. The dump happens in /var/log/dump on a "lkcd
> save" after a reboot. When I use lcrash to trace the task of the process
> that caused the dump, I get some data misalignment errors as listed below.
> And interestingly this happens only for the trace of the process that
> generated the panic/oops. For all other processes in the dump trace is
> giving me the proper output. Looks like the issue is specific to ia64 as I
> did not encounter any such errors on my i386 machine on the same kernel.
> Pointers to any patches or what the problem is will be of help to me.

Which version of lcrash are you using? I think you will need to build the
latest version of lcrash from the oss.sgi.com web page in order to use the
dumps created by the SuSE kernel. Not sure though.

Robin
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