utility to dump stack traces from a core file

utility to dump stack traces from a core file

Post by Bjorn Ree » Sun, 02 Aug 1998 04:00:00

> Does anyone know of a utility to dump stack traces from a core
> file?. Any tips would be highly appreciated.


1. gdb: core dump stack trace

Please excuse if this is an issue already resolved...

After spending hours resolving unresolved refs after patching gdb
4.14e and experiencing endorphin rush when it accepted my ELF core, I
notice there is no stack trace! It reports the SEG violation in
strcmp(), but I have no reference where it was called from. Is there
anything I can do to get this info? (I am new to Linux after years of
indentured servitude to SCO).


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