Howto get a stack trace from coredumps now that we have abrt?

Neal Becker ndbecker2 at
Sun Mar 3 15:40:44 UTC 2013

Tom Horsley wrote:

> On Sun, 03 Mar 2013 09:12:47 -0500
> Neal Becker wrote:
>> Now that abrt is intercepting core dumps, what do I do to get a stack trace
>> for
>> a binary that is NOT a fedora package?  Either my own code, or something
>> like, shall we say, just for the sake of argument, google chrome?
>> I know how to turn off sending core dumps to abrt, but I don't want to always
>> run that way, and I don't know how to trigger this core dump.
> An excellent question. I know I have to utterly disable the abrt stuff
> if I want to run my core file debugger tests on fedora systems at work.
> I haven't found anything less drastic.

Not acceptable.  I want to be able to use abrt for fedora packages, but I also 
need to be able to retroactively analyze a core dump (i.e., something crashed 
but I don't know how to recreate it).

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