The answer is no. There is no netdump-client package any more. The last full release to have a netdump-client package was RHEL4. The server package netdump-server only exists to communicate with older clients.
You cannot grab the RHEL4 package and use it on newer systems either because the client package worked with code that was in the kernel that no longer there.
If you're looking for a crash recovery/post mortem solution for newer systems, you should use kdump. It is much more robust.
I am using Fedora12 with KVM, with XP64pro as a guest. Everything seems to be working just fine, BUT I can't Save. When I do instruction KVM to save, I get a continuing Saving display, but it continues for a long time until I finally terminate it due to boredom :) I have let it run for... (0 Replies)
- Linux Client/Server Socket Application: Preventing Client from quitting on server crash
I am writing a Linux socket Server and Client using TCP protocol on Ubuntu 9.04 x64.
I am having problem trying to implement a scenario where the client should keep running even when the... (2 Replies)
I'm installing a new netdump server and clients.
When I try to start a netdump cliente I get the next error:
/etc/init.d/netdump start ; echo $?
netdump: cannot ping 172.17.128.150
Inicio de netdump /lib/modules/2.4.21-37.ELsmp/kernel/drivers/net/netconsole.o: invalid argument... (3 Replies)
Netdump over bonded interface ?
I have heard from admins, that netdump usually fails over a bonded network interface.
I have written a multi-OS checkdump script , which checks if the respective crashdump utility on corresponding OS is correctly configured, space is available,... (1 Reply)
I receive the error belong when attempting to load the netconsole module. Does anyone know how I can resolve this? I downloaded RPM from internal site, so it is trusted.
Linux indigo 2.6.9-34.ELsmp #1 SMP Fri Feb 24 16:56:28 EST 2006 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
> modprobe -a... (0 Replies)