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SubjectRe: Force Coredump
On Mon, 2003-11-24 11:15:51 -0200, Breno <brenosp@brasilsec.com.br>
wrote in message <001001c3b28d$183400e0$34dfa7c8@bsb.virtua.com.br>:
> Hi all,
>
> I need force a coredump file. So i tryed :
>
> int *i = 0;
> if(*i)
> exit(1);
>
> tryed to kill -11 'pid'
> ...
> but i just received a seg. fault message, and doesn´t create coredump file.

That's correct - "kill -l" lists signal no. 11 as SIGSEGV. Most
probably, you'd try SIGABRT which is ment for this purpose. But
remember, you'll need write permissions on the directory as well as a
matching ulimit.

MfG, JBG

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