sporadic kernel panic during boot (MPC8xx, FEC)
wd at denx.de
Sat Apr 13 01:25:54 EST 2002
In message <20020412150803.GO759 at opus.bloom.county> you wrote:
> > Another "interesting" question: assuming I identif a certain state of
> > the tree with Changeset XXX today, how can I find exactly the same
> > state XXX in three monbths, when the changesets may have been
> > renumbered?
> Well, ChangeSet 1.900 just happens to be after, but I don't recall the
> exact changeset of the 2.4.18 merge. As for the other question, I
> forget the exact command (ask on the bk users list) bk each ChangeSet
> has a unique key with it, that does not change, so you can later find
> things based on the key.
I know how to find the key:
$ bk prs -d ':KEY:\n' -r1.900 ChangeSet
======== ChangeSet 1.900 ========
trini at opus.bloom.county|ChangeSet|20020227003717|01133
I _think_ I should be able to perform the reverse operation using "bk
key2rev", but I never understood how to use this command.
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