"Only OpenSource" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I am trying to learn kernel debugging and one of the approaches I
> have come up with is to introduce situations in the sys code by which
> the compiled kernel is buggy
> and will panic.
> My query is what are the typical bugs that I can introduce in say by
> which the kernel
> would panic.

If you browse the filed problem reports, you will find
more than enough real panics and if you also have a look at
the closed ones, you'll find solutions as well.

You could also panic your systems with classics

- kldloading /dev/mem
- kldloading kernel modules that aren't in sync with the kernel
- mounting a file system through USB and then unplugging the drive
  without umounting first 


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