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Are limits in linux (like those controlled by ulimit or /etc/security/limits.conf) per user or per user per process?

I saw three copies of a process running and one of them cored in what seems like memory issue. Each individually occupies about 3-4 GB of memory..would a limit account for killing one of them? And if ...
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Files with “core” name

Can I be sure that files with name core on the system are core dump files? Or how can I be certain about some files that they are core dumps to delete them? (best practices are welcome)
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How to determine which host generated a core file?

I have a setting where several machines share the same filesystem via NFS. Through a queueing system processing jobs can be submitted to several computing machines (with different properties). ...
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Configure Solaris to write out a core image of an abnormally terminated telnet and man process

What is the easiest way to configure Solaris to write out a core image of an abnormally terminated telnet and man process?
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Debugging dmesg logs

I noticed I have the following in my logs. I just am not sure as to how to go about figuring out how to fix or find out what is causing them and if they are serious. [582046.956291] Core dump to ...
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Configure UML to generate core file

The User Mode Linux (UML) I run on Ubuntu crashes occasionally, but does not generate any core file. I'd like to know the necessary configuration to be applied on UML so it generates a core when it ...
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How to view core files for debugging purposes in Linux?

I want to view the contents of a core file while debugging a program. How can I view the contents of a core file?
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Eclipse makes laptop unusable

Currently I can't use my eclipse project. I'm using ArchLinux: -` .o+` rkmax@satellite `ooo/ OS: Arch Linux ...
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Can you think of a way to stop the generation of a core file WHILE it is happening?

I was just wondering if you can think of a clever way to stop the creation of a core file while it is being produced. I understand that there are several way to disable the creation like setting ...
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Gimp core dumped

I'm on ArchLinux, Gimp is updated (already tried to uninstall and re-install) but when I run it I get (after 6 seconds): Bus error (core dumped) I don't understand what it could be... Googling it ...
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core dump help— linux

I'm trying to understand the core dump generation. Is the core dump generated separately for a user space application process crash and the kernel level crash? Is the ulimit -c for both kinds? Can you ...
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No more coredumps after migrating to systemd [duplicate]

Generating coredumps used to work fine, but after switching over to systemd, I only see the message Aborted (core dumped) but no core file is generated. Has it something to do with systemd? ...
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No core-dumps after recent upgrades: How to analyze it?

When I execute a program that I work on, it fails with the following message: ... Aborted (core dumped) However, no core dump is created. Core dumps were written previously, and I don't remember ...
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How to diagnose a problem using a core dump?

I have the following core dump: pth_signal.pthread_kill(??, ??) at 0xd0124734 pth_signal._p_raise(??) at 0xd01241a4 raise.raise(??) at 0xd038acd0 abort.abort() at 0xd03eeb78 ...
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Crash and exit code 721035

Where can I find what this exit code means? I have process (A) that calls program (B) using clib system(). Sometimes program (B) returns with exit code 721035 and AIX kills process A. This is random ...
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What are core.mountd.######### files? OpenSolaris

I and gaining an ever expanding list of of core.mountd.12009999475 type files in my root directory? What are these? Can I just delete them? What causes them to be created?
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How come no core dump is create when an application has SUID set?

I setup my environment to create a core dump of everything that crashes, however when I run an program with SUID set on a different user than the executing user it doesn't create a core dump. Any ...
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Core files when the symbols are stripped

I am building an application using g++ 4.3. I am using the with maximum possible optimization level, not using the -g option, and I am stripping symbols after it builds. If I do NOT strip symbols ...
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Dump process core without killing the process

Is there a way to get a core dump (or something similar) for a process without actually killing the processes? I have a multithreaded python process running on an embedded system. And I want to be ...
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How to understand the kernel panic core dump output?

This is the output I get when I run one of my applications: Kernel bug detected[#1]: Cpu 0 $ 0 : 00000000 00000000 0fffff00 0fffff00 $ 4 : c6800000 850b7780 8b0043c0 00000040 $ 8 : 000004ac ...
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No core dump on Ubuntu on a Parallels shared folder

I have an application that I'm working on, and I'm having trouble getting a core dump when it segfaults. In fact, I'm having trouble getting real core dump files at all. A simple test case will ...