setsym - set up a debug kernel for symbolic debugging
setsym [-dev] filename
setsym reads in the symbol table of the file filename and writes it back
into an internal symbol table that is part of the filename .data section.
The input file is intended to be a debug kernel. This internal symbol
table is used by symmon(1M) for symbolic debugging of the kernel.
Normally, filename is unix or unix.install. The -d flag Dump symbols
from already processed file. The -e flag includes ELF symbols only
(default is ELF & DWARF). Additional error messages can be seen with the
-v flag. The size of the internal symbol table is configurable in the
It is best to reconfigure the kernel on a system with the autoconfig(1M)
autoconfig(1M), lboot(1M), symmon(1M).
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