Please check v3.0.x head
stefan.winter at restena.lu
Mon Sep 21 13:42:59 CEST 2015
>> The error looks like you haven't set "ulimit -c 0" before starting
>> Otherwise if it is a permissions thing and on Linux you could set a
>> core pattern so it writes to, e.g. /tmp:
>> # echo "/tmp/core.%e.%p" > /proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern
I've done both (and have radiusd as a core unlimited user in
/lib/security/limits.conf). And have now restarted the daemon.
However, this is a systemd system and I have the suspicion it has its
own rules :-/
I checked the core dump collection state of
but it had no coredumps for me.
I'm not totally skilled in systemd and its core dump behaviour. If
someone has a tip how to get core dumps from systemd, I'm all ears.
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