abrt-server (1) - Linux Man Pages
abrt-server: Unix socket for ABRT.
abrt-server - Unix socket for ABRT.
abrt-server is executed by abrtd daemon to handle socket connections. Every application in system is able to invoke creation of a new problem directory by following the communication protocol (described below in section PROTOCOL).
- Use UID as client uid
- Log to system log.
- Add program names to log.
- Log more detailed debugging information.
Initializing new dump: connect to UNIX domain socket /var/run/abrt.socket
Providing data (writting data to the socket):
-> "POST / HTTP/1.1\r\n" -> "\r\n" -> "type=string\0" string, maximum length 100 bytes -> "reason=string\0" string, maximum length 512 bytes -> "pid=number\0" number, 0 - PID_MAX (/proc/sys/kernel/pid_max) -> "executable=string\0" string, maximum length ~MAX_PATH -> "backtrace=string\0" string, maximum length 1 MB -> (close writing half of the socket) <- "HTTP/1.1 201 \r\n" <- "\r\n"
Deleting problem directory:
-> "DELETE <directory_name> HTTP/1.1\r\n" -> "\r\n" -> (close writing half of the socket) <- "HTTP/1.1 200 \r\n" <- "\r\n"
- • ABRT team
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