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Old 03-29-2007, 05:24 AM   #1
suhas7860
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remote core dump


Hi,
Is there any way that when an application in a client crashed its core dump file will
automatically stored in the server?
Netdump utility work with kernel core dump so netdump here can not be used as my kernel is
still alive and running only application crash.
Actually I have an ARM board. Now I want when any application in that system crash the corresponding coredump file will stored in the remote server(X86_64,i386). I want to analysis
the core generated by that ARM machine in my own server.
So if you have any idea regarding this please suggest.
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