17:04:59 From apr to Everyone:
Really interessting and enjoyable presentation, spawning wanna-have-cravings.
Can you share some information about integration into typical systems?
17:06:53 From apr to Everyone:
Also, maybe even more important, when looking at the memfault website: It advertises "free try" all over the place, but says exactly nothing about any prices. Not even a hint of a pointer. Could you provide some insight?
17:08:03 From Dhanashree.Vaidya to Everyone:
Ability to recreate a problem is critical when you don't have access to the system having the problem. How do you go about it? How can we debug if we cannot recreate them?
17:08:38 From Andrey Vlasov to Everyone:
What was the most impactful addition to the coredump feature-set?
17:10:13 From Simon Smith to Everyone:
Could you describe how to create a coredump if the RTOS doesn't support them natively? I use uC/OS-III for instance. Can a custom coredump handler be called to save a file of register contents if an assert handler is called?
17:10:19 From doolittl to Everyone:
Do you have any (additional) tips on convincing people of the greatness of asserts, especially in places where the there is a real bug, but code can recover from it. For example an assert would allow you to debug/fix quickly, but recovering would have less impact to an end user. How do you balance those two.
17:10:51 From apr to Everyone:
Is there a connection with or some integration with DevAlert from Percepio?
17:11:11 From Gillian Minnehan (she/her) to Everyone:
I have a question (I can come off mute)
17:12:51 From Andrey Vlasov to Everyone:
17:14:27 From Chris to Everyone:
If your device is not online all the time and the coredumps have to be stored locally in the meantime, how do you find power/comm issues or even page buffer bugs with your external flash?
17:14:39 From Simon Smith to Everyone:
Thanks. +1 for asserts also.
17:15:10 From apr to Everyone:
Is there an official site for coredump code and/or documentation?
17:15:45 From Leroy to Everyone:
I'm implementing via LoRaWan, limited cloud bandwidth.
Any thoughts on the minimum amount of data required to get something useful within the Memfault UI?
I would assume at least a portion of the executing thread?
Or am I limited to just a crash notification but no data?
17:22:58 From Rishav Vatsa to Everyone:
How to debug on a IoT based solution where the modem stack has been developed by a vendor while the application code is under company’s supervision. I mean how to zero down on the RCA when the device is not up due to any uncertain reason.
17:25:36 From Gillian Minnehan (she/her) to Everyone:
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17:26:59 From Leroy to Everyone:
Interrupt is a great blog
17:27:04 From Raul Pando to Everyone:
Great as always, thanks!
17:27:22 From Tyler Hoffman to Everyone:
Thanks everyone for the great questions!