Subject: Re: kernel debugger
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 03/14/2000 16:41:25
>>> If this is a "can't happen" kind of condition, [...] you should
>>> probably call panic() instead [...]
>> This brings up a question: if panic() drops into ddb, is there any
>> way (short of really ugly hacks like bashing return addresses on the
>> stack) to "ignore" the panic, to cause panic() to simply return?
> I don't think panic() is designed to work like this.
I didn't think so either.
But often enough when debugging userland code, I've hit "can't-happen"
conditions, and on investigation realized why they happened and, backed
by that realization, been able to patch the problem up and continue on.
I was wondering if there was any support for doing the same in ddb.
"No" is a perfectly good answer, and probably not an unreasonable one.
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