dbx will pick up a core file and tell you the execution stack at the time of
crash (what functions are on the stack) .. however i have found this less
then useful in the past
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dave Airlie [mailto:david.airlie at ul.ie]
> Sent: 06 August 1999 16:29
> To: Boyle, Martin
> Cc: 'ilug at linux.ie'
> Subject: Re: [ILUG] Examining core files
>>>>> Apart from the sad things like
>> file core
>> gdb <prog that caused core> core
>> and then backtrace inside gdb ..
>> not much else I've ever done with them .. if there is more I'd be
> interested ...
>> On Fri, 6 Aug 1999, Boyle, Martin wrote:
>> > 'Lo all.
> > Any apps / hints / tricks to getting relevant information
> out of core files.
> > Linux & any other unixes.
> > A good link to info would be best as I can't find one myself.
> > Martin.
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