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I am new to UNIX.
My Application is using c (.so files) and Java code.
My application crashes and CORE DUMP file is generated ,which is huge.
Now I want to view the CORE DUMP file to debug the application using dbx without starting process again.
By only using the CORE DUMP file and dbx ,can i... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: satde
just want to know which core file pattern is best to set for core dumps:
1) per-process file name pattern
2) global file name pattern.
I will really appreciate an explanation why the chosen one is better.
Thanks a lot guys. (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: cjashu
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I have got core dump stating "core.bash.29846" so i am unable to open.
How to open the core dump file for further analysis?
Vanitha (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: vanitham
I was wondering if somebody could give me a link to a very good source of information or document about core dump process and How to's about it. I have also googled it and found some articles myself.
Messi (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: messi777
May be it is a stupid question, but, I would like to know what is the advantage using a core dump file at the moment of debugging using gdb.
I know a core dump has information about the state of the application when it crashed, but, what is the difference between debugging using the... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: lagigliaivan
My application gives core dump. When i am debugging with dbx getting instructions below:
pthdb_session.c, 818: 695445 PTHDB_INTERNAL (internal error)
pthreaded.c, 1941: PTHDB_INTERNAL (internal error)
Illegal instruction (illegal opcode) in . at 0x0
warning: Unable to access address 0x0... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: bapi
by what name does a core dump file stored???
like i wrote a test code:
of course the above code will produce a segmentation fault. but i cant see any file named core in my CWD. am using SUN0S 5.9 (6 Replies)
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is there any way to find out the optimal/would be size of the cor dump file generated by the system while a process got terminated abnormally?
Basically we have been asked to provide the size of the core dump file being generated by the administrators who maintained the UNIX boxes.... (4 Replies)
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I've got a core dump in my weblogic home directory, which i have tried to debug by initiating savecore from /etc/init.d/savecore start
but savecore failed to create the two files, that is vmcore.n and vmunix.n.
savecore is enable on my server to save vmcore and vmunix in /var/crash/hostname
1)... (4 Replies)
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help, what is the difference between core dump and panic dump? (1 Reply)
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