Dear Narendranath Nair ,
In your posting Re: How to examine core dumps from Fri, 02 Mar 2001
09:53:12 +0530 you write:
> > > Hello!
> > > How do you examine core dumps that have been created on a different machine?
> > > I've tried with adb and xdb but no luck.
> > > All suggestions are welcome!
> > > Cheers,
> > > Henrik
> > Depends on what it is a core of, and if you have the source of the program
> > that generated it, as well as the program itself on the machine that you
> > are trying to debug it on.
> I don't think that, is what the OP asked. AFAIK, niether adb, gdb or xdb
> can help debug core files dumped on a different machine. It would be
> useful, if there was a utility like
> $ sdb -p i386 core
> I could run, say on a Solaris machine. where core is a core dumped on an
> intel machine. Since a core file is highly machine dependent, I don't
> such a utility exists. Can the veterans of this list throw some light?
The core file is created on another HP-UX 11 box and when I try to examine it
on our HP-UX 11 box adb and xdb gives me a warning that the file is machine
It would be great to have a "flashy" program that gives me the functions
instead of trying to read asembler and registers... But that's only a whish...
Any programs that you know of would be helpful for me.
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