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Old 08-10-2012, 01:23 PM
Daniel Kiper
 
Default crash: Bundle of fixes for Xen

Hi,

It looks that Xen support for crash have not been maintained
since 2009. I am trying to fix this. Here it is bundle of fixes:
- xen: Always calculate max_cpus value,
- xen: Read only crash notes for onlined CPUs,
- x86/xen: Read variables from dynamically allocated per_cpu data,
- xen: Get idle data from alternative source,
- xen: Read data correctly from dynamically allocated console ring, too
(fixed in this release),
- xen: Add support for 3 level P2M tree
(new patch in this release).

Daniel

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