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Re: Files in /var/log/ksymoops ?

hi simon..

* Simon Vallet <debian-ppc_user@castalie.org> [2003-12-27 10:21 +0100]:
> since I switched to a custom-compiled 2.4.23 kernel (rsync'ed from
> mvista), I get two files in /var/log/ksymoops everyday, labeled
> <date>.ksyms and <date>.modules.
> The former one contains the same as `ksyms -a`, and the later is empty.
> As I am not very familiar with kernel symbols, I was
> wondering if this is supposed to happen ?

yes, it is quite normal. if you do not want that to happen, delete the
directory /var/log/ksymoops. check 'man ksymoops'.

> BTW, I am also getting a warning when ps'ing, saying that
> "/boot/System.map-2.4.23 does not match kernel data".
> As the map in question was created during kernel compilation, I don't
> understand this very well. Any hint ?

are you sure, that vmlinuz and System.map have really been copied from
the same source tree and generated from the same kernel-build?

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