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Configuration of kdump Configuration of kdump
Display settings Display settings
Start-up settings Start-up settings
Dump Level number 0-31 Dump Level number 0-31
Dump target includes destination for saving dump images Dump target includes destination for saving dump images
The kdump commandline is the command line that needs to be passed off to the kdump kernel. The kdump commandline is the command line that needs to be passed off to the kdump kernel.
Set this variable if you only want to _append_ values to the default command line string. Set this variable if you only want to _append_ values to the default command line string.
Immediately reboot after saving the core in the kdump kernel. Immediately reboot after saving the core in the kdump kernel.
Specifies how many old dumps are kept. 0 means keep all. Specifies how many old dumps are kept. 0 means keep all.
Enable option Enable option
Disable option Disable option
Number for dump level includes pages for saving Number for dump level includes pages for saving
Name of server Name of server
Port for connection Port for connection
Exported share Exported share
User name User name
udev_id of raw partition udev_id of raw partition
The naming scheme is: /boot/vmlinu[zx]-<kernel_string>[.gz] kernel means only "kernel_string". The naming scheme is: /boot/vmlinu[zx]-<kernel_string>[.gz] kernel means only "kernel_string".
Include command line options. Include command line options.
Number of dumps. 0 means keep all. Number of dumps. 0 means keep all.