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[Xen-changelog] Added README.xen-bugtool.

# HG changeset patch
# User emellor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
# Node ID d5368f7fda5d069f2b81c70da3a4626d123611d0
# Parent  a20a9ec0e51095738b175eb146e41592caf3b51f
Added README.xen-bugtool.

Signed-off-by: Ewan Mellor <ewan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

diff -r a20a9ec0e510 -r d5368f7fda5d docs/README.xen-bugtool
--- /dev/null   Mon Nov 28 11:05:07 2005
+++ b/docs/README.xen-bugtool   Mon Nov 28 12:20:33 2005
@@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
+The xen-bugtool command line application will collate the Xen dmesg output,
+details of the hardware configuration of your machine, information about the
+build of Xen that you are using, plus, if you allow it, various logs.
+The information collated can either be posted to a Xen Bugzilla bug (this bug
+must already exist in the system, and you must be a registered user there), or
+it can be saved as a .tar.bz2 for sending or archiving.
+The collated logs may contain private information, and if you are at all
+worried about that, you should not use this tool, or you should explicitly
+exclude those logs from the archive.
+xen-bugtool is wholly interactive, so simply run it, and answer the questions.

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