makedumpfile 1:1.6.7-4ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


makedumpfile (1:1.6.7-4ubuntu1) groovy; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - debian/control/tests: sleep while waiting for systemd service.
    - Bump amd64 crashkernel from 384M-:128M to 512M-:192M.
    - Add a systemd-resolved service dependency in order kdump-tools is able
      to resolve DNS when in kdump boot.
    - d/p/0003-align_PMD_SECTION_MASK_with_PHYS_MASK.patch

makedumpfile (1:1.6.7-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Guilherme G. Piccoli ]
  * kdump-tools: Remove KDUMP_SYSCTL for good
  * kdump-tools: Add sysctl override mechanism
  * kdump-tools: Cope with the lack of initramfs-tools OPTION=VAR feature in Debian

  [ Thadeu Lima de Souza Cascardo ]
  * Add proper dependencies to DEP8 tests

 -- Gianfranco Costamagna <email address hidden>  Wed, 12 Aug 2020 10:53:22 +0200

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i386 amd64 powerpc ia64 x32 arm64 armel armhf ppc64el s390x
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kdump-tools: scripts and tools for automating kdump (Linux crash dumps)

 kdump-tools provides an init script and a configuration script for
 automating the use of kdump. It uses the makedumpfile utility to
 reduce the size of the /proc/vmcore file based on user preferences.
 After installing, please see /usr/share/doc/kdump-tools/README.Debian
 for information on enabling and configuring kdump.

makedumpfile: VMcore extraction tool

 This program is used to extract a subset of the memory available either
 via /dev/mem or /proc/vmcore (for crashdumps). It is used to get memory
 images without extra unneeded information (zero pages, userspace programs,

makedumpfile-dbgsym: debug symbols for makedumpfile