svn commit: r212964 - head/sys/kern
mj at feral.com
Tue Sep 21 17:59:36 UTC 2010
FWIW, I think that this would be a *good* thing. One of the problems
with panic is that you can't really reset the state of the world, so
most kernel services are not reliable. Unfortunately, mechanisms for
preserving forensics for debug require some kernel services.
>> Seems to me you are backing into interesting territory here- getting a
>> bit more like Solaris.
>> If you *do* do this, then you really *do* need to stop all other CPUs
>> when you panic, or else it's likely you'll double panic more often than not.
> Yes, I don't dispute this.
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