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Number of commits found: 2

Mon, 4 Nov 2013
[ 23:51 cperciva ] Original commit   Revision:332790
332790 sysutils/panicmail/pkg-message
People running -STABLE or -RELEASE need to enable crash dumps in order
for panicmail to have something to submit... I forgot it was turned off
by default there.
[ 08:57 cperciva ] Original commit   Revision:332673
332673 sysutils/Makefile
332673 sysutils/panicmail
332673 sysutils/panicmail/Makefile
332673 sysutils/panicmail/distinfo
332673 sysutils/panicmail/pkg-descr
332673 sysutils/panicmail/pkg-message
When rebooting after a panic, send an encrypted email containing basic
dump metadata along with a kernel backtrace, in order to assist FreeBSD
developers in identifying and fixing common panics.

Discussed on:	freebsd-hackers

Number of commits found: 2

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