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SubjectRe: How to go about debuging a system lockup?
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On Fri, Nov 17, 2006 at 02:43:36PM +0100, Stefan Richter wrote:
> If the PCI bus itself isn't brought down, you could debug from remote
> using Benjamin Herrenschmidt's Firescope on the remote node and a
> FireWire card in the test machine. Once the ohci1394 driver was loaded,
> the FireWire controller is able to read and write to the 32bit PCI
> address range (and thus to system memory) without assistance of
> interrupt handlers.

Wow, that looks really neat. I will have to go read up on that tool.

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Len Sorensen
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