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How does 'coreadm -e log' works in Solaris 10?

I trying to find out the frequency of the a process terminating frequently abnormally, I have enabled the log of coreadm using the command 'coreadm -e log' and now which log file should I check ?Thanks!
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joules17Commented:
just type
#coreadm

it should give you the location where it stores the log
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omarfaridCommented:
from man page:

-e log

    Generate a syslog(3C) message when generation of a global core file is attempted.

"The coreadm command is used to specify the name and location of core files produced by abnormally-terminating processes. See core(4).

The first form shown in the synopsis can be executed only by the super-user and is used to configure system-wide core file options, including a global core file name pattern and a per-process core file name pattern for the init(1M) process. All such settings are saved in coreadm's configuration file /etc/coreadm.conf for setting on reboot."
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beer9Author Commented:
Thanks Omar! :-)
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omarfaridCommented:
welcome
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