[asterisk-users] [SOLVED] Re: Feature Request: what about "core stop panic" ?

Steve Edwards asterisk.org at sedwards.com
Tue Sep 6 11:29:27 CDT 2016

> On Tue, Sep 06, 2016 at 06:37:52AM -0600, George Joseph wrote:
>> "$ sysctl kernel.core_pattern" will show you where core files are 
>> written. For Asterisk to produce the core file, it has to be started 
>> with the '-g' option so make sure your asterisk.service file is adding 
>> the option.

On Tue, 6 Sep 2016, Tzafrir Cohen wrote:

> Specifically, if the first character of core_pattern is '!', the rest 
> should be an executable, to which the core file is handled. IIRC Centos7 
> had something of that type installed by default. On Debian Stable you 
> have the package corekeeper (or maybe also systemd-coredump from 
> backports). I haven't tried any of those.

I think that should be a 'pipe,' not an exclamation mark to hand off the 
core to an executable.

Thanks in advance,
Steve Edwards       sedwards at sedwards.com      Voice: +1-760-468-3867 PST

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