> On Thu, 30 May 2002 10:57:50 +0400,
> Borsenkow Andrej <Andrej.Borsenkow@mow.siemens.ru> wrote:
> >Are there any cases except oopses when decoding of addresses in
> >is needed? The reason is I'd like to switch from klogd+syslogd to
> >logging system and I was adviced to forget klogd and just get logs
> >/proc/kmsg and decode them with ksymoops. While I have no problem
> >actually, my concern is - is it possible that some information in
> >logs can be decoded by klogd but not by ksymoops?
> It is the other way around. ksymoops decodes far more than klogd
> ksymoops has been continually extended as new diagnostics are added to
> the kernel, klogd has not.
Thank you. My only concern is that klogd decodes addresses in real time
(if it is able to do it at all) while ksymoops is usually postmortem. It
means that ksymoops may not have access to real module addresses?
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