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SubjectRe: Dumb question: Why are exceptions such as SIGSEGV not logged
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On Sul, 2003-08-17 at 13:52, Ihar 'Philips' Filipau wrote:
> "When called with the name of an existing file as argument,
> ccounting is turned on, records for each terminating process are
> appended to filename as it terminates. An argument of NULL causes
> accounting to be turned off".
>
> I do not see how it relates to abends.
> It logs _everything_, what is not that useful. Having some kind of
> filter what to log - whould be just great. Or alternatively ability to
> pass file descriptor - not file name.

It generates a small record for each exit, its trivial to parse the exit
codes for exits caused by an exception.

> Sounds like acct() does reverse? No crashes are logged.
> Or it is about Linux crash?

Linux crash

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