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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Core dump file control
Martin Dalecki wrote:
>
> Jakob Østergaard wrote:
>
> >On Thu, Feb 14, 2002 at 11:10:55AM -0500, Michael Sinz wrote:
> >
> >>I have, for a long time, wished that Linux had a way to specify where
> >>core dumps are stored and what the name of the core dump is. Now that
> >>I have been building large linux clusters with many diskless nodes,
> >>this need has become even more important.
> >>
> >...
> >
> >I just wanted to throw in my 0.02 Euro on this one:
> >
> >I have not yet tested your patch yet - but this functionality is *very*
> >important to my company as well.
> >
> >Anyone developing applications with multiple processes will benefit
> >significantly from having core files named differnetly than just "core".
> >
> >A patch was included in the kernel some time ago, to allow the appending of the
> >PID - however, this is not really good enough. It's better than nothing, but
> >it's not good.
> >
> >What I want is "core.[process name]" eventually with a ".[pid]" appended. A
> >flexible scheme like your patch implements is very nice. Actually having
> >the core files in CWD is fine for me - I mainly care about the file name.
>
> Please execute the size command on the core fiel:
>
> size core
>
> to see why this isn't needed.

Huh? explain... If I have multiple programs running and one cores,
would I not want to have the core file name be based on the program that
cored? Linux had the PID option (kernel.core_uses_pid) specifically so
that you could have multiple process core files.

Plus, I need to be able to redirect core files to a sane location in the
cluster (which is a whole other kettle of fish).

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