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SubjectRe: KASLR causes intermittent boot failures on some systems
Dave Young <> writes:

> On 04/12/17 at 04:24pm, Dave Young wrote:
>> I did some tests about emulated pmem via memmap=, kdump kernel hangs or
>> just reboots early during compressing kernel, no clue how to handle it.
>> Since for kdump kernel kaslr is pointless a workaround is use "nokaslr"
>> In Fedora or RHEL, just add "nokaslr" in KDUMP_COMMANDLINE_APPEND
>> in /etc/sysconfig/kdump
>> Can you try if this works?
> Oops, your problem is normal boot instead of kdump so this is two
> different problems. Seems we have not met your bug yet..



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