What is a "kernel panic"?
Kernel panic coincides as BSOD and also is non-rescuable IIRC. Nonetheless smaller sized failing is OOPS which represents some mistake in kernel.
- You can make use of kexec which switches over to new kernel on panic (you can hazard it as rapid reboot) - perhaps obtaining purposeful dump of system to debug the trouble
- You can make use of
panicparameter which restarts kernel after n secs. You can advise GRUB to switch over to fallback kernel in such instance
- Use Magic SysRQ keys to publish pile traces and so on
It is the unanticipated program circulation actions (bit is a program in this instance). In instance of panic program quits working. It IS equivalent to the windows BsoD. KP suggests glitch with bit or components. If it's secure bit - consider vehicle drivers. If second best and also all vehicle drivers prevail maybe equipment trouble.