abrt-CCpp.conf man page
abrt-CCpp.conf — Configuration file for ABRT's core dump crash hook
The configuration file consists of items in the format "Option = Value". Ithe following items are recognized:
- MakeCompatCore = yes / no …
- CCpp hook writes its template to the "/proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern" file and stores the original template in the "/var/run/abrt/saved_core_pattern" file. If you want CCpp hook to create a core dump file named according to the original template as well, set MakeCompatCore to yes. If the original template string starts with "|", the string "core" is used instead of the template. For more information about naming core dump files see man 5 core.
- SaveBinaryImage = yes / no …
- Do you want a copy of crashed binary be saved? Useful, for example, when deleted binary segfaults. Default is no.
- CreateCoreBacktrace = yes / no …
- When this option is set to yes, core backtrace is generated from the memory image of the crashing process. Only the crash thread is present in the backtrace. This feature requires kernel 3.18 or newer, otherwise the core backtrace is not created. Default is yes.
- SaveFullCore = yes / no …
- Save full coredump? If set to no, coredump won’t be saved and you won’t be able to report the crash to Bugzilla. Only useful with CreateCoreBacktrace set to yes. Please note that if this option is set to no and MakeCompatCore is set to yes, the core is still written to the current directory. Default is yes.
- IgnoredPaths = /path/to/ignore/, */another/ignored/path …
- ABRT will ignore crashes in executables whose absolute path matches any of the glob patterns listed in the comma separated list.
- AllowedUsers = root, wheel, …
- ABRT will process only crashes of either allowed users AllowedUsers or users who are members of allowed group AllowedGroups. If no allowed users nor allowed group are specified ABRT will process crashes of all users. AllowedUsers is a comma separated list.
- AllowedGroups = root, wheel, …
- ABRT will process only crashes of either allowed users AllowedUsers or users who are members of allowed group AllowedGroups. If no allowed users nor allowed group are specified ABRT will process crashes of all users. AllowedGroups is a comma separated list.
- VerboseLog = NUM
- Used to make the hook more verbose
- ABRT team
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