System kernel panic logs.

Platform support

Please be aware that some queries can only be run against certain platforms. Below is a list of the supported platforms that this query supports. Zercurity will automatically pause queries from running if errors are detected. Running a query against an unsupported platform will result in the following error: no such table: kernel_panics

  • Mac OSX

Table schema

Name Type Description
path TEXT Location of log file
time TEXT Formatted time of the event
registers TEXT A space delimited line of register:value pairs
frame_backtrace TEXT Backtrace of the crashed module
module_backtrace TEXT Modules appearing in the crashed module’s backtrace
dependencies TEXT Module dependencies existing in crashed module’s backtrace
name TEXT Process name corresponding to crashed thread
os_version TEXT Version of the operating system
kernel_version TEXT Version of the system kernel
system_model TEXT Physical system model, for example ‘MacBookPro12,1 (Mac-E43C1C25D4880AD6)’
uptime BIGINT System uptime at kernel panic in nanoseconds
last_loaded TEXT Last loaded module before panic
last_unloaded TEXT Last unloaded module before panic

Query examples

Select all the results for the given table.

SELECT * FROM kernel_panics;