[arch-general] drill -S . : is core dumping arch specific?
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Sat Jan 16 21:59:56 UTC 2021
Am 16.01.21 um 19:05 schrieb u34--- via arch-general:
> $ drill -S .
> ;; Number of trusted keys: 2
> ;; Chasing: . A
> drill: ./rdata.c:33: ldns_rdf_get_type: Assertion `rd != NULL' failed.
> zsh: abort (core dumped) drill -S .
> Is core dumping arch specific?
> The above is with ldns 1.7.1-2.
> To the best of my knowledge, the same command just aborts, without a core
> dump, with the old Debian ldnsutils 1.7.0-4.
This depends on your `ulimit -c` setting. It's often 0 (= no core dump),
but `unlimited` with Arch. You can change it -- I would put it in
/etc/profile or ~/.profile (or whatever your shell uses).
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