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Re: [Xen-users] dumping state of a hung domU

Hi, Samuel

You can use xenctx to see registers of the domU.
xenctx is in /usr/lib/xen/bin.
And you can make the domain crash by using "xm sysrq or xm trigger".
If you want coredump, you can use "xm dump-core <domU>".

Best Regards,

Akio Takebe

>In some conditions, my domU seem to hang: the console stops printing
>anything.  Since I hence don't have any feedback, is it possible to dump
>the state of the domU? Something like registers + stack, for instance.
>Alternatively, is it possible to forcibly make a dom crash (which
>triggers the register dump)?
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