fcore (1) - Linux Man Pages

fcore: extract a core file from a process

NAME

fcore - extract a core file from a process

SYNOPSIS

fcore [options] {pid...}

DESCRIPTION

fcore

constructs a core-file from a running process, and writes it to disk.

-a, -allmaps

Write all readable segment maps. The default level is to attempt to emulate gcore segment writing strategy. By specifying this option, fcore will write all readable maps.

-s, -segments regex

Writes only the segments that match the regex specified. Elide all other segments.

-o output-file

Specifies the name of the core file. Default is core. The core-file extension will still use the pid of the process being dumped.

Standard Frysk Options

-exe

The full path of the executable to read.

-noexe

Do not attempt to read the corresponding executable when loading a core file.

-sysroot directory

The system root directory under which all executables, libraries, and source are located.

-debug class=level...

Set internal debug-tracing of the specified Java class to level (level can be NONE, INFO, WARNING, FINE, and FINEST). If the level is absent, FINE is assumed; if the class is absent, the global level is set.

EXAMPLE

fcore 1234

BUGS

Report bugs to m[blue]http://sourceware.org/fryskm[]

SEE ALSO

frysk(7)