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#include <linux/kexec.h>
#include <linux/device.h>
#include <linux/proc_fs.h>
extern unsigned long long elfcorehdr_addr;
extern ssize_t copy_oldmem_page(unsigned long, char *, size_t,
unsigned long, int);
/* Architecture code defines this if there are other possible ELF
* machine types, e.g. on bi-arch capable hardware. */
#ifndef vmcore_elf_check_arch_cross
#define vmcore_elf_check_arch_cross(x) 0
#define vmcore_elf_check_arch(x) (elf_check_arch(x) || vmcore_elf_check_arch_cross(x))
* is_kdump_kernel() checks whether this kernel is booting after a panic of
* previous kernel or not. This is determined by checking if previous kernel
* has passed the elf core header address on command line.
* This is not just a test if CONFIG_CRASH_DUMP is enabled or not. It will
* return 1 if CONFIG_CRASH_DUMP=y and if kernel is booting after a panic of
* previous kernel.
static inline int is_kdump_kernel(void)
return (elfcorehdr_addr != ELFCORE_ADDR_MAX) ? 1 : 0;
/* is_vmcore_usable() checks if the kernel is booting after a panic and
* the vmcore region is usable.
* This makes use of the fact that due to alignment -2ULL is not
* a valid pointer, much in the vain of IS_ERR(), except
* dealing directly with an unsigned long long rather than a pointer.
static inline int is_vmcore_usable(void)
return is_kdump_kernel() && elfcorehdr_addr != ELFCORE_ADDR_ERR ? 1 : 0;
/* vmcore_unusable() marks the vmcore as unusable,
* without disturbing the logic of is_kdump_kernel()
static inline void vmcore_unusable(void)
if (is_kdump_kernel())
elfcorehdr_addr = ELFCORE_ADDR_ERR;
#else /* !CONFIG_CRASH_DUMP */
static inline int is_kdump_kernel(void) { return 0; }
#endif /* CONFIG_CRASH_DUMP */
extern unsigned long saved_max_pfn;
#endif /* LINUX_CRASHDUMP_H */