Re: Dumping Core on Purpose
On Thu, 16 Jul 1998, Brian White wrote:
> > Assuming that forking a "kamakazi" child is not an acceptable
> > solution, is there some way of capturing the image of the process from
> > the kernal?
> Hmmm... That's interesting. Assuming there is no library/system call
> to force a core dump, I could fork a child and then make the child access
> mem at 0xFFFFFFFF to cause a segfault and dump core. Would that work?
There remains the issue of if one cannot fork a child process ... this
seems more likely than not being able do dump.
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