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    SubjectRe: curedump configuration additions

    On Sat, 5 May 2001, Michael Miller wrote:

    > +coredump_enabled:
    > +When enabled (which is the default), Linux will produce
    [...]
    > +coredump_log:
    > +The default is to log coredumps.

    The default looks like an effective way to DoS logging, fill system
    partition fast.

    Nice other optional feature would be for development, debug, QA point of
    view to be able to dump set[ug]id or apps that changed its uid or gid, ala
    kern.sugid_coredump (FreeBSD)
    kern.nosuidcoredump (OpenBSD)
    allow_setid_core (Solaris)
    etc.

    Szaka

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