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Re: Custom core file
On 09/28/2016 06:31 PM, email@example.com wrote:
At first I tried to restore memory in a case of fake core file
(according to your advice). Looks like it's impossible, cause it still
asks for a process. `Restore` doesn't work with core file debugging, I
So, I guess, dump/restore approach works only in two cases:
a) debugging live process you have attached to (it's not my case, as I
perform postmortem debug)
b) already has loaded core file, which provides a context via saved CPU
state - and it is the way I chose to follow.
For step (B) - first load a dummy (tiny) standard core file - that gives
you a debug context, think of it as a shim.
Then proceed with adding your symbols and using dump/restore to load
But now I have one other idea =)