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Old 04-10-2006, 12:46 PM   #1
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rsh started process don't generate core dumps

I am using Redhat Enterprise Linux kernel 2.4.21-27.ELsmp. When I run programs directly from the machine I have logged onto, if it crashes--I get a core dump.

I have automated some jobs so they are started on other machines using rsh. If these jobs crash, they do not create core dump files so I can't debug them. When I rsh manually and type ulimit -c, I see unlimited.

What can I do to have jobs started by rsh create core dump files?

My apologies if this is already covered somewhere. I found a lot of typics about rsh and core dumps but no overlap.

Thanks in advance for everyone's help.


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