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Re: [Redhat-s390-list] latest from rawhide



> Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2002 13:49:47 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Todd Blevins <tblevins@cisco.com>

> D TX015D0DC.240
> R0015D0D0  6F206B65 726E656C 2E000000 4C696E75 06 *o kernel....Linu*
> R0015D0E0  78207665 7273696F 6E20322E 342E392D    *x version 2.4.9-*
> R0015D0F0  33312E31 424F4F54 20286275 696C6465    *31.1BOOT (builde*
> R0015D100  72407333 39302E72 65646861 742E6465    *r@s390.redhat.de*
> R0015D110  29202867 63632076 65727369 6F6E2032    *) (gcc version 2*
> R0015D120  2E39352E 33203230 30313033 31352028    *.95.3 20010315 (*
> R0015D130  72656C65 61736529 29202331 20534D50    *release)) #1 SMP*
> R0015D140  20467269 204D6172 20313520 31363A34    * Fri Mar 15 16:4*
> R0015D150  333A3434 20434554 20323030 320A0000    *3:44 CET 2002...*
> R0015D160  FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF 00000001 00000001    *................*
> R0015D170  00000001 00000001 000000FF 000000FF    *................*
> R0015D180  000000FF 6B65726E 656C2042 55472061    *....kernel BUG a*
> R0015D190  74202573 3A256421 0A002F76 61722F74    *t %s:%d!../var/t*

You found the data area where constant strings are located.
The log_buf is probably at 2C0000+ or thereabouts.
It is possible that the kernel keeled over before it had
a chance to print even the version string. In such case
it's typically something very very wrong with the IPL setup.
Very unlikely to happen to a man who knows how to use tracer...

-- Pete



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