I had a similar problem quite some time ago.  I never could get a core
file to generate, but since the crash occured so often, I was able to
attach gdb (GNU debugger) to the process and was able to see the
segmentation violation that was occurring.  I never did figure out why
I couldn't get a core file generated.


Michael Best <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> I am running Zope 2.1.6 and 2.2.3 under Solaris, and we are having some
> stability problems.  With some previous posts from developers we seem to
> think that it might be a custom product that we are using that contains
> some c code.  We can't really be certain, although we are devising some
> tests to examine that possibility.
> However, since the Zope crashes every few hours, and no core file comes
> out we are at a loss at how to get one.
> We have tried increasing the ulimit in the startup script, but this
> doesn't appear to generate a core.
> Primarily Zope 2.2.3 and Solaris 2.6 (Patched to a couple of months
> ago).
> Help?

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