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Debugging with GDB: Backtrace
Can any one help me with this case? You can not debug a userspace process from a kernel crash dump.
If your kernel crashed it was most certainly the fault of the kernel and not some userspace process. The kernel should always behave properly no matter what userspace process runs on it. If you want to debug a userspace process I recommend looking at ltrace, strace and gdb.
Load these gdb macros: I don’t know if it is what you want. But you can try a crash extension call “gcore”. It can dump a user process core from kernel crash file.
Snapshot – Backtrace
The normal steps to go to the crash dump are: Go to the path where the dump is located. Load the dump with gdb: Also, make sure you include user page when you are dumping.
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