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Re: [GSoC] Remote kernel debugging over Ethernet
Joerg Sonnenberger wrote:
On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 11:01:21PM +0200, Jordan Gordeev wrote:
However, the project is listed with "Estimated difficulty: Medium",
while I believe it to be "Hard".
Maybe you know something, that I don't know, and want to share it? :-)
Take a look at src/sys/ipkdb, which is part of the reason it is not
"Hard", I guess.
I found ipkdb a few days ago. I found out that it is dead too.
Do you think it should be revived and new drivers written for it?
Of course, we are talking about replacing serial port debugging, as
serial ports are becoming increasingly rare.
I'm just interested in other ways of debugging the kernel and how remote
kernel debugging over Ethernet will fit in the grand scheme of things.
One important question to ask is what the *goal* of kernel debugging
over Ethernet is. There are virtualization solutions that can be used to
debug a kernel without hangs and crashes.
Think of it as an alternative to serial console for debugging purposes.
At least that is the case I would want to have it for.
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