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SubjectRe: NO core dump ?
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On Mon, 06 May 1996 19:43:31 +0000, Peter Asboeck writes:
>./x works with
>
> Segmentation fault
>
>but no CORE DUMP.
>
>Any ideas ?
>
>BTW kernel 1.3.97 (working without problems).
>
>Thanks Peter
>

Yeah, no sweat.. you need to set your limits... I'd bet a hundred bucks that
your coredumpsize limit is set to 0, which prevents programs from dumping
core.. if you're using tcsh, it's "limit coredumpsize <size>".. in bash,
it's ulimit.. Set it to the maximum size you want a coredump to be.. I've
got mine set at 10megs... if you're not worried about size, you can do limit
coredumpsize unlimited..

Cheers

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