Re: [Linux-ISP] Re: Conner CFP4207W / Adaptec 2940UW

TST System Administrator (admin@TST-MedHat.com)
Fri, 31 Jan 1997 12:55:56 -0700 (MST)


I don't think the a core dump is related to the HD and SCSI card.

According an older copy of the Linux Bible, a core dump is when a program
crashes and is used to determine what caused the program to crash.

I keep getting random coredumps on my one machine trying to use emacs. I
guess I should take a closer look at the problem.

I would suggest that there was a problem with the new kernel that is
causing the problem.

What I would like to know is how to read the core file left to determine
the problem that caused the dump.

Robin

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On Fri, 31 Jan 1997, Linux Admin Mail list wrote:

> that it would serve as a server for diskless PC. The problem is after
> replacing the kernel if I give command "ps -u" and "top" it core dumps.
> Can anybody suggest me the reason for it?
> Thanx in anticpiation
> Raja
>
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