----- "Mark Wielaard" <mjw(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> It would be nice if crash-catcher could be thought about the
> files that a crashed java process creates. That file contains much
> information that is relevant to the crash than the gdb backtrace that
> currently collected. If it can see if there is a hs_pid###.log file
> (where ### is the process id of the java process that crashed) and
> attached that to the bug report it files that would be appreciated.
I am afraid Java exceptions are not supported at the moment (just the
python ones) and thus ABRT is not being run in such cases.
Do you have some example crash, where ABRT stepped in?
Since Java apps exception handling is completely missing, perhaps
some of you guys can help?
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selinux allows abrtd to do anything in /var/run/abrt, so moving .socket
and .lock there so we can unlink() them without writing a selinux
policy. I wanted to move even the .pid file there, but it seems that
it's supposed to be in /var/run/abrtd.pid as some init functions expects
it there (status abrtd won't find the pid file).