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Rebase to the latest upstream crash for RHEL9.4

    • crash-8.0.4-1.el9
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    • sst_kernel_debug
    • ssg_core_kernel
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      .`crash` was rebased to version 8.0.4

      The `crash` utility was upgraded to version 8.0.4, which provides multiple bugfixes. Notable repairs include:

      * Fixed the segmentation fault when the non-panicking CPUs failed to stop during the kernel panic.

      * The critical error incorrectly did not cause the kernel panic when the `panic_on_oops` kernel parameter was disabled.

      * The `crash` utility did not properly resolve the hashed freelist pointers for the kernels compiled with the `CONFIG_SLAB_FREELIST_HARDENED=y` configuration option.

      * A change in the kernel module memory layout terminology. The change replaced `module_layout` with `module_memory` to better indicate memory-related aspects of the `crash` utility. Without this change, `crash` cannot start a session with an error message like this:
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       crash: invalid structure member offset: module_core_size
                   FILE: kernel.c LINE: 3787 FUNCTION: module_init()
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      .`crash` was rebased to version 8.0.4 The `crash` utility was upgraded to version 8.0.4, which provides multiple bugfixes. Notable repairs include: * Fixed the segmentation fault when the non-panicking CPUs failed to stop during the kernel panic. * The critical error incorrectly did not cause the kernel panic when the `panic_on_oops` kernel parameter was disabled. * The `crash` utility did not properly resolve the hashed freelist pointers for the kernels compiled with the `CONFIG_SLAB_FREELIST_HARDENED=y` configuration option. * A change in the kernel module memory layout terminology. The change replaced `module_layout` with `module_memory` to better indicate memory-related aspects of the `crash` utility. Without this change, `crash` cannot start a session with an error message like this: + ----  crash: invalid structure member offset: module_core_size              FILE: kernel.c LINE: 3787 FUNCTION: module_init() ----
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      Description of problem:

      Once a new release is ready on upstream, need rebase to the latest upstream crash(master branch)

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            lijiang@redhat.com Lianbo Jiang
            lijiang@redhat.com Lianbo Jiang
            Lianbo Jiang Lianbo Jiang
            Jie Li Jie Li
            Jaroslav Klech Jaroslav Klech
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