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34.5. Kdump

Use this screen to select whether or not to use the Kdump kernel crash dumping mechanism on this system. Note that if you select this option, you will need to reserve memory for Kdump and that this memory will not be available for any other purpose.
Kdump screen
Kdump screen
Figure 34.13. Kdump screen

If you do not want to use Kdump on this system, click Next. If you want to use Kdump, select the Enable kdump option, then select an amount of memory to reserve for Kdump and click Next.
Kdump enabled
Kdump enabled
Figure 34.14. Kdump enabled


 
 
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