kdump Linux Commands
What is Linux kdump Command?
Kdump command is a crash recovery service. Kernel reserves a small amount of memory and it is used to find the exact cause of the crash. It is also called as a Linux kernel crash dumping mechanism.
The Syntax is
|| Reboot the system, losing the core in the process.
|| After attempting to capture a core, halt the system no matter if it succeeded.
|| Power off the system.
|| Run the msh session from within the initramfs, allowing a user to record the core manually.
Note : Kdump command is used only when the system crashes.