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On Wed, Jul 12, 2006 at 10:13:55AM -0600, Reg Clemens wrote:
> I have a program here that has been working for several years, and it suddenly
> stopped working.  Now it starts running and immediately shows 'Killed'.
> The very first line in the program is a fprintf(stderr, ...) and this message
> does not get printed.
> And for reasons I dont understand, Linux is not dropping a core file.

What does "ulimit -c" tell you?


> Ive recompiled, recompiled with -g, with -ggdb nothing.
> How do I get this thing to drop a core file?

Have you tried running it under gdb directly?

> Any possibility that one of the recent (last day or two) fc4 updates could 
> cause something like this?

Hmmm. Always possible. 

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