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ABRT-ACTION-GENERA(1)			   ABRT Manual			    ABRT-ACTION-GENERA(1)

NAME
       abrt-action-generate-core-backtrace - Generates coredump-level backtrace

SYNOPSIS
       abrt-action-generate-core-backtrace [-v] [-r] [-d DIR]

DESCRIPTION
       This tool uses coredump from the file coredump and binary at the path stored in file
       executable in the problem directory to generate coredump-level backtrace.

       Coredump-level backtrace resembles ordinary backtrace in that it contains information
       about call frames present on the stack at the time of the crash. However, it only contains
       information that can be obtained from the coredump without debugging symbols available -
       mainly relative addresses of the stored instruction pointers. Such backtrace can still be
       useful for reporting and reproducing the bug and does not require debugging information
       files to be installed.

       The result is saved in the problem directory in a file named core_backtrace.

   Integration with libreport events
       abrt-action-generate-core-backtrace can be used as an analyzer for application crashes
       which dump core.

       Example usage in report_event.conf:

	   EVENT=analyze analyzer=CCpp
		   abrt-action-generate-core-backtrace

OPTIONS
       -d DIR
	   Path to problem directory.

       -r
	   Do not hash function fingerprints. Useful for debugging.

       -v
	   Be more verbose. Can be given multiple times.

AUTHORS
       o   ABRT team

abrt 2.1.11				    06/18/2014			    ABRT-ACTION-GENERA(1)
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