On Sat, 29 Sep 2001, Ingo Molnar wrote:
> sorry :-) definitions of netconsole-terms:
> 'server': the host that is the source of the messages. Ie. the box that
> runs the netconsole.o module. It serves log messages to the
> 'client': the host that receives the messages. This box is running the
> netconsole-client.c program.
> 'target': the host that gets the messages sent - ie. the client.
> 'target IP address': the IP address of the 'target'.
> 'target ethernet address': the local-net host or first-hop router that
> gets the netconsole UDP packets sent. Ie. it
> does not necesserily match the MAC address of
> the 'target'.
> (i can see where the confusion comes from, 'syslog servers' are ones that
> receieve syslogs. It's a backwards term i think. 'netconsole servers' are
> the ones that produce the messages.)
> does it make more sense now? :)
Would this scheme work for crash dump capturing?