The BIOS (Basic Input Output Settings) and UEFI (Unified Firmware Extensible Interface) are two different types of firmware interface that enable the interaction between the mechanisms of your machine hardware and its firmware. It is a type of “program” or “firmware” that initialize the boot process through your hardware. YourRead More →

In the article Linux kernel crash simulation using kdump, I gave a brief idea as to how to generate a vmcore file during a crash or hangs. On this article, I will emphasize the analysis of a vmcore which has been generated and the tool ‘crash’ which can be usedRead More →