Cleaning Core Dumps Made Easy
Linux Orbit Professional takes a look at
"So what are core dump files for? Used mainly as an aid for software developers to debug problems, a core dump is a snapshot of the information in your system RAM at the moment a program crashes. Most users aren't developers however, so although they serve a purpose, they can be a problem."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Feb 4, 2003 )
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