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Re: Recent i386-GENERIC panic

On Fri, 16 Sep 2011, Paul Goyette wrote:

I don't suppose there's any chance of getting a core dump from this?

Does core-dumping require the dump device's driver to be loaded?  (I
imagine you're loading from and dumping to a pci-based hard drive?)

"sync" should cause a core-dump before rebooting, but it doesn't.  The
boot and swap/dump devices haven't yet been identified at the point
where it panics.  (PCI-based PATA hard drive, yes.)

struct module_t has no member "mod_name".  Hunting it down, I think
the suggested printf should be:

if (mod->mod_required[i])
    printf("module %s requires module %s!\n",
        mod->mod_info->mi_name, mod->mod_required[i]->mod_info->mi_name);

(It's just finished compiling.  Will try shortly.)

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