Accepted: crash 4.0-4.9-1ubuntu1 (source)

Kenneth Drake kd.drake at
Wed Nov 21 03:06:36 GMT 2007

 OK: crash_4.0-4.9.orig.tar.gz
 OK: crash_4.0-4.9-1ubuntu1.diff.gz
 OK: crash_4.0-4.9-1ubuntu1.dsc
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Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2007 21:57:10 +0000
Source: crash
Binary: crash
Architecture: source
Version: 4.0-4.9-1ubuntu1
Distribution: hardy
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Ubuntu MOTU Developers <ubuntu-motu at>
Changed-By: Kenneth Drake <kd.drake at>
 crash      - kernel debugging utility, allowing gdb like syntax
Closes: 442528
Launchpad-Bugs-Fixed: 164229
 crash (4.0-4.9-1ubuntu1) hardy; urgency=low
   * Merge from debian unstable, remaining changes:
     - LP: #164229
     - debian/patches/01_spu_commands.dpatch:
       + SPU extension support
     - debian/rules:
       + Build SPU on powerpc
     - 01_task_info_to_stack.dpatch:
       + Applied upstream, removed.
     - debian/control:
       + Set Maintainer to Ubuntu MOTU Developers.
       + Set XSBC-Original-Maintainer.
 crash (4.0-4.9-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version 4.0-4.9 (see
     - kmem -p fix for kernels using anonymous structure
     - kmem -p fir for SPARSEMEM kernels
     - mod command now looks in /lib/module/<release>/updates first
     - SAIL fix for "operation on 'v1' may be undefined"
     - Fix for 'crash -h [command] > outfile' failures
     - LKCD compiler warning fixups
     - kmem -s fix to display a non-fatal warning message
     - LKCD ia64 get physical start from dump header
     - s390[x] 4 level page table support
     - LKCD do not abort() on phys mem zone error, use non-fatal warning
 crash (4.0-4.8-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version 4.0-4.8 (see
     - Add support for kernel with the SLUB allocator
     - Pull backtrace registers on LKCD v8 and later LKCD dumps
     - SAIL support for ia64, ppc, s390 and s390x
     - Output the kernel ring buffer in the proper order
 crash (4.0-4.7-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version 4.0-4.7 (see
     - Add SAIL (Simple Image Access Language) interpreter
     - Removed hardwired-dependencies in the top-level and extensions
     - Enhance the "kmem <address" option to search for task_struct and kernel
     stack addresses.
     - Fix for determining rip/rsp backtrace hooks for panic task in x86_64 xen
     dom0 kdumps.
     - Fix for ia64 LKCD dumps to find the next task when the task is in the
     "fixup list"
     - Fix for potential "mod -[sS]" failures  for mods with a large number of
     - Fix to prevent dumpfile reads beyond EOF when reading new xen ELF core
   * Fix FTBFS twice in a row bug (Closes: #442528).
 crash (4.0-4.6-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version 4.0-4.6 (see
     - support "runq" on 2.6.20 and > kernles
     - inital support for LKCD kerntypes created by dwarfextract
     - "xencrash" update to handle dom0 kdumps.
 crash (4.0-4.5-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version 4.0-4.5 (see
     - support for PHYSICAL_START / relocation mismatch
     - 2.6.22 slub support
     - lkcd kerntypes support
     - CFS scheduler support
 crash (4.0-4.3-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream version 4.0-4.3 (see
     - fixed "keme -f" command on DISCONTIGMEM kernels
     - Fixed segmentation violation when using the wrong vmlinux
   * New upstream version 4.0-4.2 (see
     - Added support for 2.6.22 kernels
     - account for case when number of pgdata nodes < nr_cpus
     - implement support for ia64 dom0/HV kdump dumpfile support
     - add --no_panic command line option to skip panic-task search
     - new "ps -r" command
     - implement CLEANUP extenson commands for "help -e"
     - implement new symbol_value_module() lookup for extensions
 32f492659a1e263a1ac0e2b009345432 724 utils optional crash_4.0-4.9-1ubuntu1.dsc
 338b31cd8eaf2cce37a4400d68cf8c60 17784868 utils optional crash_4.0-4.9.orig.tar.gz
 93c73b1fcbc4604d9d2aab6de4721246 1929354 utils optional crash_4.0-4.9-1ubuntu1.diff.gz
Original-Maintainer: Troy Heber <troyh at>

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