On Wed, 13 Jun 2001 22:19:14 +1000,
Keith Owens <email@example.com> wrote:
>ksymoops is designed to run on any build arch and debug an oops report
>from any other target arch, as long as binutils supports the target
>arch. The presence or absence of __MIPSEL__ or __MIPSEB__ on the build
>system says nothing about the type of the failing target, ksymoops
>relies on text in the oops report to determine special cases like 32
>bit userland and 64 bit kernel.
>The best option is for a mips64 kernel to indicate that it is 64 bit
>and its endianess. Instead of printing
> "epc : %016lx\n"
> "epc : %016lx (64 "
I have a new ksymoops release coming up. Is it OK if I include code to
look for (64 LSB) and (64 MSB) in the oops and decode accordingly. I
don't expect the kernel to produce this output immediately, I just want
agreement on the format that will be produced.