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Re: GNU Mach, kern/debug.c, panic() (was: weirdo panic)

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: GNU Mach, kern/debug.c, panic() (was: weirdo panic)
Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 16:40:16 +0100

   Machines are still getting faster...  :-)

Sure, but "someone should should write code to set cpuspeed
automagically", would you like to do this?  I might consider it, but
my todo list is getting swamped.

   Rebooting instead of halting the system enabling the user to write
   down the error message implies (at least to me) that reports of
   kernel crashes are not valuable.

Depends on what you consider more important, getting the machine back
up after a panic (think a box that provides a shell for people), or
looking at the panic.

   At least the delay loop really should be a delay loop.

It is a delay, on slower machines; works quite well on my 400MHz box.

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