Rebuild kdump kernel initrd after migration and/or hardware changes
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To save memory usage and disk space, it contains the minimum set of kernel modules and utilities to boot the machine to a stage where the dump target can be mounted.
With kdump service enabled, kdump will try to detect possible system changes and rebuild the kdump initrd if needed.
However, it can not guarantee to cover every possible case.
mkdumprd -f ; systemctl restart kdump
touch /etc/sysconfig/kdump; systemctl restart kdump
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- Creation Date: 24-May-2021
- Modified Date:22-Jun-2021
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