On Tue, 23 Nov 2004, Jurzitza, Dieter wrote:
I accidentally found that "stop a" is active on a running sarge. Is this by
intent? SuSE switched that off and made a configuration option - who
wants it on may turn it on. I haven't found anything similar in SARGE,
don't you think that would make sense? Just a commentary; should I rise
a bug-report for that?
It is definitely not a bug, Stop-A feature is extremely useful for
debugging stuff. You can turn it on and off using either
/proc/sys/kernel/stop-a or sysctl variables kernel.stop-a. For example, to
disable it at boot, you might want to add a line
kernel.stop-a = 0
to your /etc/sysctl.conf file. See man 5 sysctl.conf for details.
Jurij Smakov firstname.lastname@example.org
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