"'[The] text below is mostly for the benefit of newbies--it's
more along the lines of 'how to get from [a] bug report to the
source of [the] bug', with more details than normal,' began Al
Viro, offering a full review of another Linux kernel oops in an
effort to educate more people on how this is done. Al's walk
through included a patch to fix the bug that caused the oops. He
"'This might be worth doing on [a] more or less regular basis,
especially if more people join the fun; everyone [has] their own
set of tricks in [this] area and making it easier to gather might
help a lot of people. It's not just about oops-tracing per se, of
course--Arjan's site gives a nice collection of those, so that
makes an obvious starting point...'"
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