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kexec options

The kexec subsystem is a specialized rebooting feature that allows a fast reboot and is usually combined with the kdump facility that enables the previous kernel's memory to be dumped to a safe place for analysis at a later time. These options modify the kexec subsystem's parameters.


 
 
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