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Random Kernel panics, no console messages


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jamiethemorris

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Hi, I'm having occasional kernel panics on my hack, but every time I try to look in the console logs after a reboot, there is no indication of a kernel panic. This makes it impossible to troubleshoot. Is there any solution other than using strictly verbose mode from now on? This doesn't seem normal. I was under the impression that kernel panics are always logged. What gives?

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Unfortunately, i recommend using strict verbose for a while indeed. Gather a number of them logs, and please post here for us to know if we can be of any help.

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There are some rare cases (hardware related) where nothing is logged. I had several iBooks that KP'ed due to poor soldering of the bluetooth module, with no trace in the console. Still, I'm sure with several readouts there will be some clue...





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