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AmigaOS 4.0 - About OS4 - Commands

Purpose: To set kernel debug parameters.
Format: KDEBUG [CONSOLE <name>] [DEBUGLEVEL <n>]
KDEBUG is a simple interface to set kernel parameters from the command line.

The command is sent to the kernel verbatim for further processing, and the actual interpretation is left to the kernel itself.

As of kernel 50.3, the following commands are supported:
CONSOLE <name> Select the console. Currently, this is either serial (default, 115200, 8/n/1), or memory. To view the memory buffer, use DumpDebugBuffer. Note: the memory console has no input.
DEBUGLEVEL x Set the verbosity of debug output of the kernel. 0 means no output, 5 is low (only warnings and critical errors), 10 is verbose (more information), and 20 means it will log every function entry and exit in the kernel.

Example 1:

sets the debug console to the serial port.

Example 2:

sets the debug verbosity to 'verbose'.

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Revised: February 9, 2006.