It's a good while since I've used gdb so at the risk of polluting the list
with bad information, my understanding is that you can go
gdb -core=mycore myexe.exe
I don't know if it makes sense to just pass a core file into gdb, does a core
generally contain enough of the process image do analyse it meaningfully?
You never know, maybe someday, someone on this list will answer a question for
On Thursday 22 December 2005 17:14, conor at discuskeeping.com wrote:
>> I have a vmcore which was captured by netdump, and when I run "gbd vmcore"
> she reports not in excecutable format: file format not recognised.
>> So, all ye programmer heads out there, come on down and tell me how to
> analyse it please.
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