ajblumx at gmail.com
Fri Apr 29 23:39:35 EDT 2011
On Fri, 2011-04-29 at 19:40 -0600, Maxwell Spangler wrote:
> If so, would you please tell me how you use it and a little about your
> Linux environment?
kdump is essential (from a support perspective) if you plan on any sort
of RCA (root cause analysis) from a post-mortem point of view.
There is very little memory footprint required and it can go a long way.
I'm a big fan of kdump, but I can say, from experience, that there are
hardware crashes that put the software in such a state that kdump is
impossible. So, use at a discretion that makes sense.
gpg: BEB0 CCA6 3D24 B669 4EB2 81E5 502D FAA1 9512 5A53
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