abrt-dump-journal-core man page

abrt-dump-journal-core — Extract coredumps from systemd-journal


abrt-dump-journal-core [-vsf] [-e]/[-c CURSOR] [-t INT]/[-T] [-d DIR]/[-D]


This tool creates problem directory from coredumps extracted from systemd-journal. The tool can follow systemd-journal and extract coredumps in time of their occurrence.

The following start from the last seen cursor. If the last seen cursor file does not exist, the following start by scanning the entire sytemd-journal or from the end if -e option is specified.

-c and -e options conflicts because both specifies the first read message.

-e is useful only for -f because the following of journal starts by reading the entire journal if the last seen possition is not available.


State file where systemd-journal cursor to the last seen message is saved


-v, --verbose
Be more verbose. Can be given multiple times.
Log to syslog
-d DIR
Create new problem directory in DIR for every coredump
Same as -d DumpLocation, DumpLocation is specified in abrt.conf
Starts following systemd-journal from the end
-t INT
Throttle problem directory creation to 1 per INT second
Same as -t INT, INT is specified in plugins/CCpp.conf
Follow systemd-journal from the last seen position (if available)

See Also

abrt.conf(5), journalctl(1)



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