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Re: postfix core dump jared Wed Aug 09 22:11:32 2006

Sorry the topic got off postfix. For both versions of linux, sysctl -a | grep core reports a bunch of net.core.* things and also:
kerel.core_pattern = core
kerel.core_uses_pid = 1

Victor Duchovni wrote:
On Thu, Dec 29, 2005 at 10:23:57AM -0500, jared wrote:


kernel.core_setuid_ok doesn't seem to be valid key for redhat (2.4.20) or FC (2.6.12). Is there something else I need to do before?


I have RedHat: 2.4.21-27.8.1.ELhugemem. What does "sysctl -a | grep core"
report for your system? This may have been renamed under FC 2.6.12. This
is the wrong forum for Linux internals.


Also, is there something special about the core pattern you suggest? Wouldn't the normal core.PID work?



Whatever works for you, don't leave out the pid.