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Re: jffs2 testing and oops!



Vipin Malik wrote:

> Does it matter if jffs2 is loaded as a module or compiled into the
> kernel?
> 

Doesn't matter, since once it's loaded it should work just like it was compiled in.

> 
>> Heh. If you have the contents of /proc/ksyms from the offending kernel 
>> that might suffice.
> 
> 
> Since the sytem hangs after the Oops, I guess that I can only 
> get it the next time I reboot, or grab it before I try to make
> the oops happen. Which one is better?
> 
> 

Probably best to grab the symbols before, particularly if you're loading the driver as a module.

> 
> Does ksymoops id the line of src code or just the assembly
> instructions executing at the time? How do you know which line
> of src caused it?
> 

Ksymoops will at least tell you the offset into the function and do a backtrace. 


-- 
Joe


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