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Generate minimal and customized core dump files on Linux.
The minicoredumper project provides a program that handles the creation of core dump files on Linux. It can produce much smaller core dump files by making use of sparse files, compression, and allowing the user to configure what parts of the process memory image should be dumped.
By using libminicoredumper, an application can register exactly what data should be dumped by minicoredumper. This data will not only be dumped in case of a crash, but also can be triggered to dump during runtime.
The minicoredumper project provides a tool to trigger libminicoredumper-based applications to dump their registered data while running. If any of the applications should crash, minicoredumper will trigger the others to dump their data as well.
2018-07-16: version 2.0.1 released
A new revision of the minicoredumper is available. This release deals primarily with compiler warnings and licensing changes. No new or changed functionality has been introduced.
2016-11-30: version 2.0.0 released
The next major release of the minicoredumper is available. This release includes many new features, many of which provide a simplified interface and smaller footprint.
2015-11-30: version 1.0.2 released
An additional dump notification method based on inotify has been implemented for systems where D-Bus cannot be used. Please see the installation page and various man pages for details on usage.
2015-11-03: version 1.0.1 released
Several important fixes and many new features are available in this new version. Please read the release notes (NEWS) for details.
2015-06-01: version 1.0.0 released
The first version of minicoredumper is released.
Files are signed using the PGP public key 0xB96E3ADC5C9BF4A8.