Subject: Re: Kernel is crashing with ftpd tranfers.
To: Simon Burge <email@example.com>
From: Garrett D'Amore <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/28/2005 20:41:18
With my PCI support, I've gotten the onboard IDE controllers on the
DbAu1500 and DbAu1550 to work with an IDE disk drive. I've never tried
booting off this, but it could certainly be used to dump core. (Right
now I am not using this for that either -- I have all my filesystems
coming in over NFS.)
Simon Burge wrote:
>Simon Burge wrote:
>>"Alex Pelts" wrote:
>>>(gdb) target kcore /tmp/netbsd.3.core
>>>Undefined target command: "kcore /tmp/netbsd.3.core". Try "help target".
>>It doesn't appear that MIPS has kcore support, unlike most other
>>>So it is from the correct version of netbsd. Somehow kcore target is
>>>missing from that version. I wonder how other people debug mips kernel?
>>I usually use ddb (with help from gdb and a netbsd.gdb to work out
>>source code line numbers) and good ol' fashioned printf debugging. I
>>keep meaning to look at kgdb but never seem to get around to it...
>I also meant to say that virtually all the MIPS boards I have are
>diskless, and we don't support dumping kernel cores over NFS so I've not
>had the need to look at gdb and kernel core dumps on MIPS simply because
>I don't have any core dumps to play with...
>Simon Burge <email@example.com>
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