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SubjectRe: [PATCH] emit logging when a process receives a fatal signal
> > > I found that sometimes processes disappear on some heavily used system
> > > of mine without any logging. So I've written a patch against 2.6.18.2
> > > which emits logging when a process emits a fatal signal.
> > Why not to patch default signal handlers in glibc, to have not only
> > stderr, but syslog, or /dev/kmsg copy of fatal messages?
> Afaik when a proces gets shot because of a segfault, also the libraries
> it used are shot so to say. iirc some of the more fatal signals are
> handled directly by the kernel.

Also: what about statically build programs?


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