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List the Core Files

 

Purpose

To list the core files, follow these steps:

Action

  1. Exit from the CLI environment and create a UNIX-level shell by entering the start shell command:

  2. Type su and the root password when prompted. You are now in the shell and the prompt is % instead of >, for example:

  3. Change the directory to /var/crash and type ls -l, for example:

  4. Look for any core files created around the time of the crash.

Sample Output

user@host> start shell

Meaning

The sample output lists the contents of the /var/crash directory and shows the current core files kernel.0 and vm.core.0.