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The command line version outputs the lightweight corefile information in textual form. This includes: If the culprit process or the reason for failure is not present in the corefile, the call stack of the first process is printed instead. The output also indicates the number of other processes for which data is available.

Invocation Syntax

The invocation syntax is:
	lcb [ -t]  <lightweight-corefile-name>
The -t option switches off the printing of the call traceback.

Example Output from the lcb Command

Prompt> lcb generate_perf_data.lcf

Executable: generate_perf_data
Culprit Process: "63457"
Reason For Failure: "E193: Divide by Zero"

Failed at line 100 in xchng2
        called from 45 in rhs2
        called from 23 in adi
        called from 32 in appsp
        called from 91 in main
        called from 5 in _crt0_start
Call stack data available from 7 other processes

With the -t option, the output looks like this:

Prompt> lcb -t generate_perf_data.lcf

Executable: generate_perf_data
Culprit Process: "63457"
Reason For Failure: "E193: Divide by Zero"

This document was last updated 29 Dec. '95.

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