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kdb: Initial steps of dump analysis

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kdb is a utility that is primarily intended for performing analysis of a system dump image. This article describes the initial steps for system dump analysis.
For basic dump analysis, this article is mostly interested in a dump image. Here, we cover how to extract the appropriate files from the snap package and then explain a methodical approach to examine the dump, and find the fundamental reason for a system crash. The dump file and the UNIX® file are in the dump subdirectory of the snap package.
 read more | mail this link | score:8025 | -cyberpead, October 26, 2008
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