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Core File

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Ricardo Bassoi
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Core File

Hi All,
What means this core file ? Anybody has an idea ?

core:
$RCSfile: protocols,v $ $Revision: 4.1.6.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1993/07/26 20
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
$RCSfile: alpha_unwind.c,v $ $Revision: 1.1.2.6 $ (DEC) $Date: 1993/01/$
$RCSfile: otschandle.c,v $ $Revision: 1.1.7.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1997/02/25$
$RCSfile: schsetp.c,v $ $Revision: 4.2.4.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1992/03/19 17$
$RCSfile: schgetp.c,v $ $Revision: 4.2.6.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1995/04/28 19$
$RCSfile: schsetsch.c,v $ $Revision: 4.2.4.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1992/03/19 $
$RCSfile: schgetsch.c,v $ $Revision: 4.2.5.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1995/06/28 $
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
$RCSfile: psx4_shm.c,v $ $Revision: 1.1.5.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1995/04/28 1$
$RCSfile: psx4_nspace_ts.c,v $ $Revision: 1.1.14.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1998/$
$RCSfile: psx4_csem.c,v $ $Revision: 1.1.23.3 $ (DEC) $Date: 1998/05/08$
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
habitat_id = realtime_12:1991
$RCSfile: schgetmax.c,v $ $Revision: 1.1.6.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1996/12/18 $
$RCSfile: schgetmin.c,v $ $Revision: 1.1.6.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1996/12/18 $
$RCSfile: schgetrr.c,v $ $Revision: 1.1.6.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1995/04/28 1$
$RCSfile: csem_sleep_wake.s,v $ $Revision: 1.1.2.2 $ (DEC) $Date: 1993/$
$RCSfile: csem_atomic.s,v $ $Revision: 1.1.2.3 $ (DEC) $Date: 1994/02/1$

Regards,

Ricardo Bassoi
If you never try, never will work
3 REPLIES
Bill Hassell
Honored Contributor

Re: Core File

Try using the file command to identify the process by name:

file core
core: core file from 'sleep' - received SIGQUIT


Bill Hassell, sysadmin
twang
Honored Contributor

Re: Core File

If you are not sure which program produced the 'core' file then use the command 'file core' will tell you the executable name that the core file is from.

Change to the directory where the core dump is located and enter gdb as in the example below.
$ script /tmp/coredump.log
$ gdb $ORACLE_HOME/bin/ core
(gdb) bt
... << Stack should appear here
(gdb) quit
$ exit

Cheryl Griffin
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: Core File

The keywords RCSfile and habitat_id match this thread related to bison-1.30:
http://mail.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-bison/2001-12/msg00074.html
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