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CONFIG_TOC: Support TOC switch

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_TOC:

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Most PA-RISC machines have either a switch at the back of the machine or a command in BMC to trigger a TOC interrupt. If you say Y here a handler will be installed which will either show a backtrace on all CPUs, or enter a possible configured debugger like kgdb/kdb.

Note that with this option enabled, the kernel will use an additional 16KB per possible CPU as a special stack for the TOC handler.

If you don't want to debug the Kernel, say N.



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