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On Mon, 13 Dec 1999, Ashish Arora wrote:
|>I would like to know where i can get the source code for the lkcd project. I
would also like to ask the eople working on the Mission Critical Linux to tell
me about the aspects of Mission Critical Computing they are dealing in at
present. And what are
the facilities that will be provided in that Linux.
|> Matt, can u tell me more about what is really being done in the ares of
system Dumps and what is being dealt in system crashes, what is the solution
for system crash.
|>On Mon, 13 Dec 1999 00:25:47 Matt Robinson wrote:
|>>There are a few development fronts in the area of system dumps.
|>>The LKCD project is one such effort, although there is an additional
|>>effort from the folks at Mission Critical Linux, who are on this list
|>>and can provide information about their work. Beyond that, there are
|>>a few things that provide information about system crashes, but that
|>>doesn't really address your need for system dumps.
|>>If you've got questions about LKCD, check out:
|>>We consider it the foundation for system dumps in Linux, for both
|>>now and in the future. Your mileage may vary. :)
|>>You can also download the code and see our implementation mechanism
|>>if you're curious about the code. It's fairly straightforward.
|>>I'm in the process of writing a paper for our talk at LinuxExpo on
|>>LKCD, and when it's finished and thoroughly reviewed, I'll send it
|>>out. For those of you who'd like to attend the talk, Tom and I will
|>>be in New York in February at LinuxExpo to discuss LKCD (along with
|>>other efforts in the community) and how we can make kernel dumps a
|>>supported reality for commercial Linux users.
|>>P.S. To everyone out there, I'll send out a new News bulletin as to
|>> where we're at with things here, including what we're working on,
|>> what we need from the community, etc. Thanks for all your support.
|>>On Mon, 13 Dec 1999, Ashish Arora wrote:
|>>|> Can any one guide me to what is the system dump and what is the work
|>>|> being done in that area in Linux. I would also like to know about the
|>>|> various crash facilities that are being provided in Linux.
|>LYCOShop is now open. On your mark, get set, SHOP!!!