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    1 (* virt-dmesg
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   18 
   19 (** Functions for searching for kernels in guest memory. *)
   20 
   21 val search : ?dump:bool -> Libvirt.rw Libvirt.Domain.t -> Kernel.t * Utils.symbol_table
   22   (** Search for a kernel in the given libvirt domain.  This call
   23       checks for the kernel at a number of possible addresses.
   24 
   25       Returns a fully populated {!Kernel.t} struct and symbol table if
   26       found, but if not then it raises [Not_found] exception.
   27 
   28       If the optional [~dump] parameter is true, then the kernel
   29       contents are dumped to stdout, and we {i do not} try to look
   30       for symbols. *)
   31 
   32 val search_at : ?dump:bool -> Libvirt.rw Libvirt.Domain.t -> int64 -> Kernel.t * Utils.symbol_table
   33   (** Search for a kernel starting at the given fixed address (ie.
   34       virtual address in guest memory).  Works otherwise just like
   35       {!search}. *)