On Sun, 22 Sep 2002 13:47:26 -0400 Alexander Kabaev

> > If yes: I can't find a *.core in /usr/{src,obj}, there's no coredump
> > limit, so how do I get the backtrace? I already tried to go into
> > gnu/usr.bin/gperf and make a "make cleandir; make cleandir; make",
> > but I don't get a coredump.
> > 
> > I also tried to run it withhin gdb, but c++ exists with something
> > like exit(1) and thats it, no way to make a backtrace.
> What does kernel log say? When process dies with signal, kernel

/var/log/messages and dmesg only tell me about
0xc31a2814 bw 6868 rttbest 1062 srtt 1653 bwnd 5816
0xc31a2814 bw 6268 rttbest 1062 srtt 1647 bwnd 5556
0xc398235c bw 7746 rttbest 3417 srtt 6833 bwnd 15309
there's nothing else.

> usually logs the event. If anything, this should give you the name of
> the process which has died. Running 'gcc' or 'c++' under debugger is
> not very helpful, because these are just driver programs. The real
> processes which do the work are cpp1, cc1, ccp1 etc.

What about a "ktrace -i": http://www.leidinger.net/ktrace.out.bz2
(~50k), please tell me when you got it, I want to remove it then.


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