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June 3, 2009

Ubuntu 64 bits: file command does not display which programe generated core

by Joe Kuan

ubuntulogoOn Ubuntu 64 bits, when you run ‘file /core’, it doesn’t show the executable file generated the core file.


You can use gdb -c to show the executable file. However, that invokes gdb to be interactive and not appropriate for integrating into shell scripts which I need to. The workaround for it is to use –batch which turns gdb into non-interactive.

gdb non interactive

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