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CORE(1)			    General Commands Manual		       CORE(1)

NAME
       core - print information	about dead processes

SYNOPSIS
       core [ dir | corefile ]...

DESCRIPTION
       Core  prints  information  about	dead processes that have been saved as
       core dumps.

       Core reads its arguments	in order.  If a	directory is encountered, core
       reads every core	file named core.*  or *.core in	that directory.

       For  each  core file read, core prints the command stack	file, the date
       and time	the core was generated,	and the	 command  that	generated  it.
       The stack command, if run, prints a stack trace of the executing	thread
       at the time of the core dump; see db(1).

       If no arguments are given, core searches	 the  directory	 $COREDIR  for
       core  files;  if	 $COREDIR is not set, core searches the	current	direc-
       tory.

SOURCE
       /usr/local/plan9/src/cmd/core.c

SEE ALSO
       acid(1),	db(1), core(5)

								       CORE(1)

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