ia64/xen-unstable

annotate docs/README.xen-bugtool @ 8335:c8378d3c3af8

Make sure to fork again after setsid() so that child cannot regain CTTY.

Signed-off-by: Anthony Liguori <aliguori@us.ibm.com>
author Anthony Liguori <anthony@codemonkey.ws>
date Mon Dec 12 15:11:13 2005 +0000 (2005-12-12)
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emellor@8103 1 xen-bugtool
emellor@8103 2 ===========
emellor@8103 3
emellor@8103 4 The xen-bugtool command line application will collate the Xen dmesg output,
emellor@8103 5 details of the hardware configuration of your machine, information about the
emellor@8103 6 build of Xen that you are using, plus, if you allow it, various logs.
emellor@8103 7
emellor@8103 8 The information collated can either be posted to a Xen Bugzilla bug (this bug
emellor@8103 9 must already exist in the system, and you must be a registered user there), or
emellor@8103 10 it can be saved as a .tar.bz2 for sending or archiving.
emellor@8103 11
emellor@8103 12 The collated logs may contain private information, and if you are at all
emellor@8103 13 worried about that, you should not use this tool, or you should explicitly
emellor@8103 14 exclude those logs from the archive.
emellor@8103 15
emellor@8103 16 xen-bugtool is wholly interactive, so simply run it, and answer the questions.