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Re: "Real programs dump core"
hf%spg.tu-darmstadt.de@localhost (Hauke Fath) writes:
>% fgrep "not dumped" /var/log/messages
>Sep 2 22:00:26 pizza /netbsd: pid 590 (sudo-1.7.7), uid 0: exited on
>signal 10 (core not dumped, err = 27)
That's sudo setting a coredump limit to prevent you from getting
any security related data from a coredump. sudo compiled with
SUDO_DEVEL will have this disabled and lets you debug sudo.
>Sep 4 05:07:32 pizza /netbsd: pid 6605 (planner), uid 73: exited on signal
>11 (core not dumped, err = 13)
That's probably uid 73 not having write permission in the current
directory. You can set the corename property of a process or
the defcorename with sysctl to redirect coredumps to a different
place, see sysctl(8) for details.
Michael van Elst
"A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."
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