Source Priority Failing checks
Configuration of kdump
Medium
Display settings
Medium
Start-up settings
Medium
Dump Level number 0-31
Medium
Dump format for dump image none/ELF/compressed/lzo
Medium
Dump target includes destination for saving dump images
Medium
The naming scheme is:/boot/vmlinu[zx]-<kernel_string>[.gz] Please enter only "kernel_string".
Medium
The kdump commandline is the command line that needs to be passed off to the kdump kernel.
Medium
Set this variable if you only want to _append_ values to the default command line string.
Medium
Immediately reboot after saving the core in the kdump kernel.
Medium
Copy kernel into dump directory.
Medium
Specifies how many old dumps are kept. 0 means keep all.
Medium
SMTP server for sending notification messages.
Medium
SMTP username for sending notification messages.
Medium
SMTP password for sending notification messages. Path of file which includes password (plain text file).
Medium
Email address for sending notification messages
Medium
Email address for sending copy of notification messages
Medium
Enable option
Medium
Disable option
Medium
Shows current option status
Medium
Allocate Low and High Memory (in MB) of Kdump separated by comma
Medium
Number for dump level includes pages for saving
Medium
Dump format can be none, ELF, compressed or lzo
Medium
Dump target includes type of target from: file (local filesystem), ftp, ssh, sftp, nfs, cifs
Medium
Name of server
Medium
Port for connection
Medium
Directory for saving dump images
Medium
Exported share
Medium
User name
Medium
Path of file which includes password (plain text file)
Medium
udev_id of raw partition
Medium
The naming scheme is: /boot/vmlinu[zx]-<kernel_string>[.gz] kernel means only "kernel_string".
Medium
Include command line options.
Medium
Option means runlevel to boot the kdump kernel. Only values such as 1,2,3,5 or s are allowed
Medium
Number of dumps. 0 means keep all.
Medium
Email address
Medium
Handles usage of firmware-assisted dump
Medium
Display Settings:
Medium
Kdump is enabled (boot option "crashkernel" is added)
Medium
Allocate memory (MB) for kdump is: %1
Medium
Kdump is disabled
Medium
Dump Level: %1
Medium
Dump Format: %1
Medium
Dump Target Settings
Medium
target: %1
Medium
file directory: %1
Medium
server name: %1
Medium
port: %1
Medium
user name: anonymous connection is allowed
Medium
user name: %1
Medium