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As you correctly guess, the symbols come from the symbol information embedded in the ELF files. Some symbol information is needed to be able to do dynamic linking, even if the full symbol table is not present. As far as the actual stacktrace is concerned, when a function is called the place for the cpu to return to is saved. For cpus like the x86 it is ...


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On my Fedora system, man limits.conf says that it affects user sessions only. It is applied using the PAM module pam_limits. The default ulimits across all systemd units can be set in /etc/systemd/system.conf, e.g. DefaultLimitCORE=. See man systemd-system.conf. If no value is specified, the default inherited from the kernel is used. This is also ...


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