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Old 03-23-2011, 01:43 PM
Dave Anderson
 
Default crash-trace-command: Handle trace_bprintk() for modules

----- Original Message -----
> These are update patches to have crash extract the trace_bprintk()
> formats from a kernel core dump. It handles the current format
> and a new format that I'll be pushing out after the merge window
> has closed for Linux 2.6.40. The new format is required for the
> kernel debugfs to export the same bprintk data as well.
>
> This means that crash will be able to extract more information than
> trace-cmd itself can on a running kernel
>
> v2:
> o Removed unused 'len' variable.
> o Moved count == 0 fix into patch 2
>
> -- Steve

The 3 patches apply just fine on top of Lai's latest patch.
Queued for the crash-5.1.4 release.

Thanks,
Dave

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