What does this file do? (Redhat 7.x)
The kernel README doesnt mention it, but some other documents do. If I am booting various kernels for testing, etc, often the System.map does'nt match the kernel I booted, does that matter, if not- why is it there?
The System.ma file is simply a loader map of the kernel and lists the addresses of kernel variables and functions. It is used by the klogd daemon if a protection fault occurs to translate the addresses
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