Introduction - what is kdump?
The kdump is a kernel crash dumping mechanism that allows you to save the contents of the system’s memory for later analysis. In case of a system crash, kdump boots into a second kernel (a capture kernel). This second kernel resides in a reserved part of the system memory that is inaccessible to the first kernel and serves to capture and save t...
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