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Re: [Xen-devel] Re: [PATCH]: kexec: framework and i386

Hi, Mark

Thank you for your comments!

>I think kdump, in general, is a nifty solution for supporting crashdumps, 
>since using a separate kernel for crashdumps gives you the best possible 
>opportunity to complete them successfully.
>Integrating with the Linux crashdump infrastructure seems like a good idea.  
>It doesn't stop other dom0 OSes using their own crashdump infrastructure, 
>with kdump we have a chance of getting a dump even if Xen itself crashes 
>(whilst admittedly rare, such crashes are something you'd want to get 
>debugged quickly!)
Yes, I also agree.

>So, essentially, I think the idea is good - I'll try and take a look through 
>the code.
I also try to read a new patch.

Can kexec hypecll use Hypercall 11 or 30?
I think using not hypercall but dom0_op is good idea 
because using kexec is rare. :-)

Best Regards,

Akio Takebe

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