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SubjectRe: [PATCH 6/7] powerpc/traps: Print signal name for unhandled signals
Hi Murilo,


Just a comment:

On 07/24/2018 04:27 PM, Murilo Opsfelder Araujo wrote:
> This adds a human-readable name in the unhandled signal message.
> Before this patch, a page fault looked like:
> Jul 11 16:04:11 localhost kernel: pandafault[6303]: unhandled signal 11 at 00000000100007d0 nip 000000001000061c lr 00007fff93c55100 code 2 in pandafault[10000000+10000]
> After this patch, a page fault looks like:
> Jul 11 18:14:48 localhost kernel: pandafault[6352]: segfault (11) at 000000013a2a09f8 nip 000000013a2a086c lr 00007fffb63e5100 code 2 in pandafault[13a2a0000+10000]

I _really_ don't want to bikeshed here, but I vouch for keeping the
"unhandled" word before the signal name, like:

[...] pandafault[6352]: unhandled segfault (11) at 000000013a2a09f8 nip [...]

because the issue reported here is really that we got a segfault _and_
there was no handler to catch it.

But feel free to wait for additional comments to decide it.


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