The Linux kernel is a very complex beast living in millions of households and data centers around the world. Normally, you’re not supposed to notice its presence but when it gets cranky because of something not suiting it, it spits crazy messages called colloquially
oopses and panics.
In this talk, we’re going to try to understand how to read those messages in order to be able to address its complaints so that it can get back to work for us.
Borislav Petkov, SUSE