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Section - 8.49 How do I configure the kernel to write corefiles as core.?

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Added: 07/24/02

If you are using 11.00 or later, set the 'core_addpid' kernel parameter
to a non-zero value. The kernel will now create corefiles as core.<pid>.
SAM can be used to easily modify kernel paramters.  Note, a reboot will
be necessary.

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