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SubjectRe: CORE dumps...
On Mon, 28 Oct 1996, Matei Conovici wrote:

> BTW, how do I disable this feature ? If a program dies, I get "core"
> in who-knows-what directory ... A core of Netscape should be around 4Meg,
> and I only have 15Meg available ... :)
> Is there a kernel compile option to disable core dumps ? I am not
> that interested to do much debugging using cores, not to mention that my gdb
> complains when I try to load a core file ...

Add "limit coredump 0" to your .cshrc file and it will take care
of the problem, and you won't even have to find the files to remove
because it won't even create them.

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