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OSWeekly: Kernel Panic: Defining System Inconsistencies

May 04, 2006, 08:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Puru Govind)

[ Thanks to Puru Govind for this link. ]

"Kernel panic is a web comic started and maintained by Christopher Wright. The main characters of this comic are a group of UNIX and Linux server administrators ordered to change the server farm over Nifty Doorways. It's a humorous way of looking at otherwise complicated, mundane and dry topics, especially for those of you who deal with such scenarios constantly.

"Kernel panic, in this article, however, will refer to a message displayed by an operating system after detecting a system inconsistency from which it cannot recover completely..."

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