[Freeswitch-users] FreeSWITCH dying with no core file
ajohnston at blimessaging.com
Wed Aug 1 00:16:50 MSD 2012
That did it. My sporadic crash happened again and, sure enough, there's a
On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 4:59 PM, Stefan Knoblich <stkn at freeswitch.org>wrote:
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> On 07/27/12 21:34, Adam Johnston wrote:
> > I use FreeSWITCH exclusively for high-volume fax, both sending and
> receiving, and I've been running into a sporadic issue where the FreeSWITCH
> process will die with nothing in the logs to
> > indicate an issue and no core file anywhere on the system. I'm setting
> "ulimit -c unlimited" in my init script, so I would expect to see a core
> file. Version: FreeSWITCH Version
> > 1.2.0-rc2+git~20120713T162602Z~0afd7318bd+unclean~20120713T182401Z
> You need to set /proc/sys/fs/suid_dumpable to a non-zero value (see man 5
> proc), to enable core dumping for processes
> that switch their UID on startup (such as freeswitch with -u option).
> By default, the freeswitch process will try to put the core file into the
> CWD (current work directory),
> so make sure the UID it is running as can write there (or "cd" into a
> different directory before starting it).
> You might also want to check out man 5 core, for all the other options
> (e.g. piping core dumps into a custom handler, with core_pattern).
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