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what is core files in user accounts

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mmarch, Apr 4, 2009.

  1. mmarch

    mmarch Active Member

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    In moment i have few accounts with lots of core. files. I have no idea what it is, and how i can read it.

    Please explain me about core files or give me direction where i can read about it.
     
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    Have you searched the forums for the term core file by chance?
     
  3. mmarch

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    yee now i found everything i needed.
    Thanks
     
  4. mmarch

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    In one of topic i found advice, to investigate this file doing:

    $ gdb /usr/bin/php core.xxxx

    - bash: $:command not found (translation from Russian)

    What dos it mean? Is there a problem with server or another sort of problem. I ask you due because today i tried 3 times log in via shell, and 3 times i got replay - server reset connection unexpected. In 4 time i am in, but command answer didn't work properly.
     
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    You don't need to type $ on the prompt. It was mentioned to let uses know that the command gdb /usr/bin/php core.xxxx needs to be executed on the prompt.
     
  6. mmarch

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    OK i typed

    gdb /usr/bin/php core.xxxxx and answer is -bash: command not found


    :confused:
     
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    gdb is the GNU Project debugger so make sure its installed on your server. If its not you can download it from here and install it.
     
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    is it to possible install this script via web?
     
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    Unfortunately not. You will need to login to server as a root user using SSH and install it.
     
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