Subject: Re: Building a custom kernel -- trying to debug
To: Adam Hamsik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jan Danielsson <email@example.com>
Date: 12/24/2007 00:32:56
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Adam Hamsik wrote:
> I finally have some time to debug the PR
> ...to distrib/amd64/instkernel/Makefile, but it still seems to be
> creating stripped kernels. What am I missing?
>> AFAIK there is netbsd and netbsd.gdb file in compile directory you can
>> use netbsd.gdb to load symbols into the gdb when you debug your cash
>> dump. kernel with all symbols is really huge :).
It's not an actual crash I want to debug. I want to use ddb to track
down some inconsistent behavior. (See the PR link for more information).
Hmm... How huge are we talking about here? I have constraints, since
I'm booting from a memory disk (loaded from an USB memory stick).
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