Can someone point me to info on how to analyze core dumps?
# cat core > /dev/audio
(Seriously, try "file core" and, if that's not informative enough for you,
use gdb on it. For more gdb info, rtfm on gdb(1).)
Todd Graham Lewis Manager of Web Engineering MindSpring Enterprises
When I'm not sure what program caused the core dump I use:Quote:>Can someone point me to info on how to analyze core dumps?
strings core | more
and 99% of the time you can see the program name in the top few lines.
Remember to compile suspect programs with the -g switch.
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