Running abrt-cli in live isos for graphics test days?
jmoskovc at redhat.com
Thu Feb 24 08:34:45 UTC 2011
On 02/23/2011 08:38 PM, Samuel Greenfeld wrote:
> Just curious, but has anyone considered something like Microsoft's
> symbol server system, which can download symbols for specific executable
> files from one or more central repositories?
> They have public servers which can be used to download symbols for
> released products, and private ones can be setup as well.
> (I would not know the legal logistics of setting up a similar system.)
There was something like it:
but it's dead now, if they are some people interested to bring this idea
back, it would be awesome.
> On 02/23/11 14:06, John Watzke wrote:
>> What we really want is to use the retrace server:
>> I should test using that and document it.
>> That sounds interesting. As long as it has some security in place it
>> would sound great. The nice thing about backtraces is that the user can
>> take a look at what is being sent.... and thus take out sensitive data.
>> If the cores were transmitted with SSL and locked down so that no one
>> (other than the admins of course which we hope we trust) would ever had
>> access to the original core files, then it might work. It seems like
>> there is this kind of security discussed... of course, you still have to
>> trust the super users.
>> -- John Watzke
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