AW: 9.3.0 coring on FreeBSD 5.3-STABLE
Chris Richmond - MD6-FDC ~
crichmon at filc8046.fm.intel.com
Thu Nov 25 16:51:04 UTC 2004
In article <co4p0e$1jrd$1 at sf1.isc.org>,
"Walkenhorst, Benjamin" <Benjamin.Walkenhorst at telekom.de> writes:
>Well, to my knowledge, the definition of "to core" is something like
>"to die and leave a core dump". If it does not leave a core-file
>anywhere, it is, in my understanding, not coring. =)
>I'm using FreeBSD on my home desktop, to my knowledge, a crashing application
>should turn up in /var/log/messages with a brief description of the
>cause (segfault, ...).
At least with things running under a (t)csh, you can turn off
core files (limit coredumpsize 0).
I assume you can do the same thing with (b)sh.
Chris Richmond | I don't speak for Intel & vise versa
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