"Vlada" <vlada1703> wrote in message
news:cc337624.0308140938.71bdb6b5posting.google.c om...It's far easier to simply do a binary find and replace on the old library> We are trying to debug core file on our local machine that was created
> on some production machine (the same OS level - AIX4.3.3).
> The problem is that dbx is always trying to load shared libraries
> using the full paths from the machine where the core was generated. We
> have tried to set LIBPATH but it does not help. Only workaround for us
> it to create the same directory structure on the local machine like
> the one from the production machine.
path to point somewhere else. For example, I often find and replace /usr/lib
with /smc/lib (which I symlink to a subdirectory of my home directory) and
put the libraries in there. Make sure you keep a backup copy of the old core
file, but doing this shouldn't in any way effect your ability to debug using
the core file.
I don't think so.> SA_FULLDUMP is already set to include the data segment in the core
> dump. Is it possible to create core file with the text segment in,