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Oracle Solaris Administration: Common Tasks     Oracle Solaris 11 Information Library
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About This Book

1.  Locating Information About Oracle Solaris Commands

2.  Managing User Accounts and Groups (Overview)

3.  Managing User Accounts and Groups (Tasks)

4.  Booting and Shutting Down an Oracle Solaris System

5.  Working With Oracle Configuration Manager

6.  Managing Services (Overview)

7.  Managing Services (Tasks)

8.  Using the Fault Manager

9.  Managing System Information (Tasks)

10.  Managing System Processes (Tasks)

11.  Monitoring System Performance (Tasks)

12.  Managing Software Packages (Tasks)

13.  Managing Disk Use (Tasks)

14.  Scheduling System Tasks (Tasks)

15.  Setting Up and Administering Printers by Using CUPS (Tasks)

16.  Managing the System Console, Terminal Devices, and Power Services (Tasks)

17.  Managing System Crash Information (Tasks)

What's New in Managing System Crash Information

Fast Crash Dump Facility

Managing System Crash Information (Task Map)

System Crashes (Overview)

x86: System Crashes in the GRUB Boot Environment

System Crash Dump Files

Saving Crash Dumps

The dumpadm Command

How the dumpadm Command Works

Managing System Crash Dump Information

How to Display the Current Crash Dump Configuration

How to Modify a Crash Dump Configuration

How to Examine a Crash Dump

How to Recover From a Full Crash Dump Directory (Optional)

How to Disable or Enable the Saving of Crash Dumps

18.  Managing Core Files (Tasks)

19.  Troubleshooting System and Software Problems (Tasks)

20.  Troubleshooting Miscellaneous System and Software Problems (Tasks)


Managing System Crash Information (Task Map)

For Instructions
1. Display the current crash dump configuration.
Display the current crash dump configuration by using the dumpadm command.
2. Modify the crash dump configuration.
Use the dumpadm command to specify the type of data to dump, whether or not the system will use a dedicated dump device, the directory for saving crash dump files, and the amount of space that must remain available after crash dump files are written.
3. Examine a crash dump file.
Use the mdb command to view crash dump files.
4. (Optional) Recover from a full crash dump directory.
The system crashes, but no room is available in the savecore directory, and you want to save some critical system crash dump information.
5. (Optional) Disable or enable the saving of crash dump files.
Use the dumpadm command to disable or enable the saving the crash dump files. Saving of crash dump files is enabled by default.