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my_system_just_crashed_--_now_what [2018/09/10 17:42]
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 7. After a crash dump has been written, verify that the Dump File’s contents have been copied (by ''​SDA>​ **COPY DUMPFILE_COPY.DMP**''​) from the active Dump File (SYS$SYSTEM:​SYSDUMP.DMP) to an alternative,​ safe copy-file. 7. After a crash dump has been written, verify that the Dump File’s contents have been copied (by ''​SDA>​ **COPY DUMPFILE_COPY.DMP**''​) from the active Dump File (SYS$SYSTEM:​SYSDUMP.DMP) to an alternative,​ safe copy-file.
 This ensures that you’ve got //this// crash-event’s dump preserved (especially if you’re experiencing a cycle of crashes), and that you’ll be able to send that dump copy-file along to your crash dump analysis experts. This ensures that you’ve got //this// crash-event’s dump preserved (especially if you’re experiencing a cycle of crashes), and that you’ll be able to send that dump copy-file along to your crash dump analysis experts.
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 +8. See the pages [[How To Capture a VMS Crash Dump]] and [[How To Send a VMS Crash Dump to PARSEC for Analysis]] for more information.
my_system_just_crashed_--_now_what.txt · Last modified: 2018/09/10 17:44 by lricker