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Re: [opensuse-factory] gnome-shell is ignored by systemd-coredump
On dimanche, 8 octobre 2017 19.38:10 h CEST Jan Engelhardt wrote:
On Sunday 2017-10-08 14:05, Andrei Dziahel wrote:
Which poses the question: how can I have automated g-s core dumps
back? And, for sake of curiosity, how and why were they even disabled
at all?

Does gnome-shell do suid games? Then sysctl fs.suid_dumpable
Can gnome-shell write to the right directory? sysctl kernel.core_pattern
Is gnome-shell not exceeding its core limits? ulimit -c and /proc/$$/limits

I'm also interested by make coredump great again.
I've now since months none of the backtrace recorded in var/lib/systemd/
coredump (or some truncated).

For example
Sat 2017-10-07 10:53:45 CEST 1901 1502 1500 11 none /usr/bin/

1502 being me

I've setup (as I can on my laptop) generous vars in /etc/systemd/coredump.conf


So I can't understand why I don't get backtrace.
I've now created a systemd-coredump@1502.service link as @0 exist
but didn't find the right documentation for it.

journalctl give some info
Oct 08 12:29:46 systemd[1]: Requested transaction
contradicts existing jobs: Transaction is destructive.
Oct 08 12:29:46 systemd[1]: systemd-coredump.socket:
Failed to queue service startup job (Maybe the service file is missing or not
a non-template unit?): Transaction is de
Oct 08 12:29:46 systemd[1]: systemd-coredump.socket:
Unit entered failed state.


Bruno Friedmann
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