Ticket #2135 (new enhancement)
write kernel crash message somewhere where it can be retrieved after reboot?
|Reported by:||lindi||Owned by:||openmoko-kernel|
|Blocking:||Estimated Completion (week):|
This is a wishlist bug. Would it be possible to write the kernel crash message somewhere where it can be retrieved after reboot? Would writing to nand (to dedicated partition) be safe? If uboot does not overwrite RAM contents could the error be retrieved from RAM after reboot?
If this fails it should be quite easy to send the contents of the panic message by blinking the AUX led, right? The only problem here is that there needs to be some automated way to capture it.
Audio would be easier to capture since people have soundcards to record it but it would probably be harder to control when the kernel has crashed (and it would annoy everyone around you while you are booting your laptop to capture the crash message :P).
comment:19 Changed 8 years ago by arhuaco
- Priority changed from normal to high
- Milestone set to stable-kernel-2009.1