How to read last oops message in Android kernel
omerjerk at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 07:40:23 EST 2015
I had a look at that already.
There is no file inside /proc/fs/pstore.
Any idea what could be the reason ?
Btw, right now I'm running a working kernel which hasn't panicked yet. Is
it the normal behavior ?
If yes, then I'll try to boot the derped kernel and will see if the panick
logs appear there or not.
On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 5:49 PM, Sasikumar Natarajan <
sasikumar.natarajan at vvdntech.in> wrote:
> This might help
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> On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 5:13 PM, Umair Khan <omerjerk at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm working on the kernel of my xiaomi device. However, whenever I start
>> it, it soft reboots to recovery.
>> I'm guessing a kernel oops occur.
>> I wanted to ask how to read kernel debug messages of the last run ?
>> In my Nexus 5, I have /proc/last_kmsg which contains the messages from
>> the last run.
>> However, in my xiaomi kernel tree, that proc entry is removed.
>> Responsible commit -
>> It says that functionality has been moved to pstore.
>> But I'm not able to get how to exactly read the debug messages of the
>> last run.
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