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Debugging core in different environment

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Hi,
I am having certain queries in debugging the core in different
environment.
Suppose the core is generated in the production environment.
Is it feasible to debug that core in development environment
If we are able to debug the core in the dev environment what and
all the precaution measures we have to take.
what and all the constraints in the environment?
Like where the shared libraries should have to be present ?
and is there any environmental issues?
Is any primary things we have to do before debugging the core?

If anybody knows about these please help me out at the same time if
anybody debugged in the different environment what and all the
problems you are faced ,reply back to me as soon as possible.

Regards
Sunil

Mar 23 '07 #1
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sunil wrote:
Hi,
I am having certain queries in debugging the core in different
environment.
Suppose the core is generated in the production environment.
Is it feasible to debug that core in development environment
If we are able to debug the core in the dev environment what and
all the precaution measures we have to take.
what and all the constraints in the environment?
Like where the shared libraries should have to be present ?
and is there any environmental issues?
Is any primary things we have to do before debugging the core?

If anybody knows about these please help me out at the same time if
anybody debugged in the different environment what and all the
problems you are faced ,reply back to me as soon as possible.
Tool/OS specific, better to ask in a group dedicated to your tools or OS.

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Ian Collins.
Mar 23 '07 #2

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