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 ## Contents  ## Contents
   
 1. Synopsis  1. Synopsis
 2. Preliminary Notes  1. Preliminary Notes
 2.1. Obtaining a Kernel Dump  1. Obtaining a Kernel Dump
 2.1.1. Example Crash: Force Panic from WSCons via KVM: Dell DRAC4  1. Example Crash: Force Panic from WSCons via KVM: Dell DRAC4
 2.1.2. What Now  1. What Now
 2.2. Processing the CORE Dump  1. Processing the CORE Dump
   
 ## Synopsis  ## Synopsis
   
Line 20  there are few documents which formalize  Line 20  there are few documents which formalize 
 using a combination of DDB (the minimalist in-kernel debugger) in  using a combination of DDB (the minimalist in-kernel debugger) in
 combination with GDB after the crash.  combination with GDB after the crash.
   
 http://www.netbsd.org/docs/kernel/#ddb  <http://www.netbsd.org/docs/kernel/#ddb>
   
   
 ## Preliminary Notes  ## Preliminary Notes
Line 32  The DDB is the minimalist kernel Debugge Line 32  The DDB is the minimalist kernel Debugge
 Obtain a backtrace at the "db{0}>" prompt using the "bt" command  Obtain a backtrace at the "db{0}>" prompt using the "bt" command
   
 Search the Mailing List Archives and Query the NetBSD.org PR database at  Search the Mailing List Archives and Query the NetBSD.org PR database at
 http://www.netbsd.org/support/query-pr.html  <http://www.netbsd.org/support/query-pr.html>
   
 File a PR at http://www.netbsd.org/support/send-pr.html  File a PR at <http://www.netbsd.org/support/send-pr.html>
   
 Post the problem for the discussion on the appropriate mailing list.  Post the problem for the discussion on the appropriate mailing list.
   
Line 91  You can then load the core dump into sta Line 91  You can then load the core dump into sta
 You can submit the feedback as a PR to the NetBSD GNATS system.  You can submit the feedback as a PR to the NetBSD GNATS system.
   
 If you wish to continue to debug, you may find this article useful:  If you wish to continue to debug, you may find this article useful:
 <a href="/NetBSD_kernel_developer_cheat-sheet" title="NetBSD kernel developer cheat-sheet">NetBSD kernel developer cheat-sheet</a>  (TODO!) <a href="/NetBSD_kernel_developer_cheat-sheet" title="NetBSD kernel developer cheat-sheet">NetBSD kernel developer cheat-sheet</a>
   
   
 ## Processing the CORE Dump  ## Processing the CORE Dump
   
 Heubert Feyrer has a great guide to analyzing kernel panic core dumps at: http://www.feyrer.de/NetBSD/bx/blosxom.cgi/index.front?-tags=gdb  Heubert Feyrer has a great guide to analyzing kernel panic core dumps at <http://www.feyrer.de/NetBSD/bx/blosxom.cgi/index.front?-tags=gdb>
   
 Additionally, the following command below can be used to create a relatively useful backtrace:  Additionally, the following command below can be used to create a relatively useful backtrace:
   

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