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How To Configure and Initiate A Linux Kernel Dump On Exalogic Linux Physical Releases 1.x.x.x.x And 2.0.0.x.x (Doc ID 1423490.1)

Last updated on MAY 24, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software - Version to
Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software - Version to
Linux x86-64


This document details the steps needed to test, configure and use the kdump with Exalogic racks running following Exalogic v1.x - 2.x Linux Physical releases. - -

For MOS notes related to Kdump configurations on other Exalogic releases refer to Kdump configuration Primary <Note 1996649.1> for Exalogic.


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In this Document
 Linux Kernel Dump and the kdump Crash Recovery Service
 Package Dependencies and Installation
 Kdump configuration
 Local file system:
 NFS File systems:
 Remote systems (ssh and scp):
 Starting the kdump service
 Testing kdump using the System Request (SysRq) facility
 One Issue identified with kdump bundeled with

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