You wrote: > Yo! I already tried everything, before trying to come here and > annoy you guys with this, but here it goes. I have my mud running > in the background with autorun, and of course, when i logout of my > terminal both autorun and the mud loose their tty (it becomes a '?' > ). The first time the mud crashed, a long time ago, it didn't core > dumped. Examining the problem i realize that the limit to corefiles > had to be set on the autorun shell, with ulimit, so that the mud > would in fact coredump, right? Wrong! It does in fact work, while > they have a tty, but after... Taking the problem by the horns i > added something like this to the main() code: login as root ! type: root> limit -h coredumpsize xxx (KB) and you are done ... usually. Check at your prompt: by typing me> limit cputime unlimited filesize unlimited datasize 6144 kbytes stacksize 512 kbytes coredumpsize xxx kbytes memoryuse unlimited Cat.
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