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SubjectRe: howto map HDT dumped addresses to AMD64 kernel virtual addresses.
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"Om Narasimhan" <om.turyx@gmail.com> writes:

> Hi,
> I am running a kernel (Suse Enterprise 9 with SP3) and it is hanging
> somewhere in the kernel. By hooking up HDT from AMD, I got a the
> assembly dump of the routine which causes the infinite loop. How
> should I map the addresses dumped by HDT in the format SEG:Offset
> (e.g,
> 0033:00000000_00400C18 mov esi,[loc_0000000000501a64h]
> 0033:00000000_00400C1E test esi,esi
> 0033:00000000_00400C20 jz loc_0000000000400c30h
> ...etc)
> to kernel virtual address space?

The tool should be able to show you virtual addresses. Those are the virtual
addresses the kernel uses.

-Andi
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