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LinuxPR: Mission Critical Linux To Deliver Second Foundation Tool To Support Linux…

Company Releases Crash Analyzer.

“Delivering once again on its promise to truly support the Linux
operating system (OS) in mission-critical computing environments,
Mission Critical Linux LLC unveiled the second of its three
foundation tools, which support its technical services for the
Linux platform. Mission Critical Linux’s latest tool is a crash
analyzer designed to assist in analyzing system failures. The
kernel core dump utility, crash analyzer and expert engineering
staff are part of a series of tools and services that empower
Mission Critical Linux to lead the way in successfully supporting
the deployment of Linux in the enterprise.”

The primary computing requirements of businesses today include
not only a high-performing, secure and reliable computing
environment, but also continuous service to its employees and
customers. Before the release of Mission Critical Linux’s
revolutionary tools, when a Linux system crashed, businesses would
have to perform a complicated debugging process often resulting in
hours of system downtime. Now, by using the kernel core dump
utility and the crash analyzer, engineers at Mission Critical Linux
are able to obtain a snapshot of all system activities before the
system crash and rapidly analyze the data to isolate the problem
and provide an appropriate software and/or hardware solution. As a
result, Mission Critical Linux’s engineers can restore the crashed
system immediately while still recreating the state of the system
before the crash occurred. This allows the engineers to quickly
focus on the precise problems that caused the system to crash,
without affecting the continuous service of the systems.”

“The release of the crash analyzer tool is the second in a
series of tools designed to advance and support Linux in the
enterprise,” said Moiz Kohari, president and CEO of Mission
Critical Linux. “With these tools and our engineering expertise,
Mission Critical Linux offers worldclass support services to
successfully deploy the Linux OS in 24×7 computing
environments.”

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