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Date:      Wed, 2 Jul 1997 15:24:06 +0000
From:      "Riley J. McIntire" <rileyj@train.tgci.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Core dump signal 11
Message-ID:  <199707022221.PAA10403@train.tgci.com>

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Hi,

On a 2.2.2-R machine I put together a few weeks ago and walked 
away from for a while I just noticed:

Jun 24 15:00:01 moat /kernal: pid 20869 (atrun), uid 0: exited on siganl 11 (core 
dumped)

I know I've seen "signal 11" discussed here, but can't find it in the 
archives.  My recollection is that during a "make world" a signal 11 
indicates bad memory, either ram or cache.  Is that indicated here?  
Anything else?

And a newbie question please?  When a core dumps, where and what does 
it dump?

tia,

Riley



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