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Old 2nd April 2013
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Default dump cores in custom folder ?

How can I enable core dumps for all users ?
Can the cores be dumped at a custom folder such as /core-dumps ?

I have googled but I only found Linux and FreeBSD methods which apparently are incompatible with OpenBSD.
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Old 3rd April 2013
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Hello, and welcome!

Userland core files are written to the working directory if possible. If the program sets the SUID or GUID bits, there is a sysctl to enable writing core files to /var/crash. See the core(5) man page and it's related man pages.
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