Working with Linux kernel oops messages

Even if you’re not a kernel hacker, sometimes you may want to learn that which sections of the kernel code results the oops messages. To do this, you have to learn ksymoops utility:

ksymoops -v vmlinux -m

When we start ksymoops as above, it waits oops messages from standart input, copy and paste here and it will be shows the problem like that:

>>EIP; 800e21e4 <assign_rx_buffers+38/108>   <=======

Simply we learn that it is related to network core. But of course there are more than this, you should discover the other parameters and usage too.