BREAK TO DDB over SSH (Was: Re: panic: sleeping thread)
Marc G. Fournier
scrappy at hub.org
Tue Dec 12 15:18:50 PST 2006
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- --On Tuesday, December 12, 2006 23:40:36 +0100 Max Laier <max at love2party.net>
> On Tuesday 12 December 2006 22:59, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
>> --On Tuesday, December 12, 2006 17:49:33 -0400 "Marc G. Fournier"
>> <scrappy at hub.org> wrote:
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>> > - --On Tuesday, December 12, 2006 17:40:48 -0400 "Marc G. Fournier"
>> > <scrappy at hub.org> wrote:
>> >> I'll try the -e none the next time it crashes, unless someone else
>> >> has another idea for doing it? Actually, I'll try the -e none
>> >> after its up again, instead of waiting ...
>> > Nope, now it just echos back the ~B as if I was typing regular
>> > characters ... i hate to do it, but am turning off ssh and going to
>> > telnet until I can get a core dump ...
>> 'k, I must have screwed something up altogether then ... I can't break
>> into DDB using 'send break' through a telnet session ...
>> I have:
>> ___options KDB
>> ___options DDB
>> ___options KDB_UNATTENDED
>> ___options BREAK_TO_DEBUGGER
>> In my kernel ... is there something else I'm missing? Its the same
>> settings I have on my other box that I *can* do this with ...
>> The only difference is that this is an HP Proliant box, and I'm using
>> REMCONS through iLO to connect to the console ...
> sysctl debug.kdb.enter=1
You mentioned this once already, but don't I need to be able to type at a
command prompt? In my case, the server has crashed, but not rebooted or drop'd
into DDB ... I need to somehow send a 'break' to drop it into DDB ...
Marc G. Fournier Hub.Org Networking Services (http://www.hub.org)
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