kexec or similar for FreeBSD
cattelan at thebarn.com
Tue Nov 8 21:14:36 UTC 2011
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On 11/6/11 6:23 AM, Andriy Gapon wrote:
> on 24/10/2011 20:55 Russell Cattelan said the following:
>> So it has been a while and a lot of hair pulling but kload is
>> sorta alive and kicking. It can now load the kernel from
>> userspace, copy it over the running kernel and jump the the
>> kernel entry point.
>> I'm still having problems getting through the boot process due
>> to interrupts arriving for unconfigured handlers. Fatal Trap
> Just in case, is your original kernel running SMP?
I'm working on the SMP stuff now.
Trying to get the processors in a state where
the restart process can complete.
For now I removed the panic call in the unknown interrupt case.
What I finally figured out was that starting up the system
was overwriting the page tables and caused any of AP's still
looking at those locations to cause qemu / kvm to reset :-(
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