Re: [Linux-ia64] lost printk's

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Date: 2001-10-17 00:27:20

I've used a Rocketport serial concentrator with a BigSur quite
successfully.  A single Rocketport PCI card can handle up to
32 ports.  I've never had an issue with 115200 baud, I set up
EFI to automatically boot Linux so I don't need to worry about
running EFI over the serial line and then just tell Linux to
run the serial line at 9600. 

On Tue, Oct 16, 2001 at 08:08:04AM -0500, Nathan Straz wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 16, 2001 at 04:47:26PM +1000, Keith Owens wrote:
> > If a crash kills the user space tasks or the disk I/O subsystem then
> > your printk does not get to disk.  Use a serial console and capture the
> > output on a second machine, that goes printk() -> console drivers ->
> > serial line.  
> Can anyone recommend a console server that works well with Itanium
> machines?  The problem with most console servers (or inversely EFI) is
> that they don't run at 115200 baud.  Is everyone just running a line to
> another PC?  Is there a console server that can handle several of these
> machines?
> -- 
> Nate Straz                                    
> sgi, inc                                 
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