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This section describes new or changed features for managing system resources in this Oracle Solaris release.
The savecore command now initially creates files with a .partial suffix that is appended to the file. After the file is completely written, it is renamed and the suffix is removed. Potential problems can prevent the file from being renamed and the suffix from being removed, for example, if the savecore command is still busy. Another example is if the savecore command is interrupted due to a system crash shortly after booting.
If the command is busy, you can use the ps command to search for the process ID (PID) of the running savecore process and then wait for the process to complete. If the process is interrupted, you can manually remove the leftover file and then recreate it by running the savecore command with the -d option.
For more information, see the savecore(1M) man page.