coredump.conf — Coredump storage configuration file
This file configures the behaviour of systemd-coredump, a handler for core dumps invoked by the kernel.
All options are configured in the
Controls where to store cores. One of
journal", and "
none", the coredumps will be logged but not
stored permanently. When "
default), cores will be stored in
journal", cores will be stored in
the journal and rotated following normal journal
rotation patterns. When "
will be stored in both locations.
When cores are stored in the journal, they might be compressed following journal compression settings, see journald.conf(5). When cores are stored externally, they will be compressed by default, see below.
Controls the type of compression for external
storage. Takes a boolean argument, defaults to
The maximum size in bytes of a core which will be processed. Coredumps exceeding this size will be logged, but the backtrace will not be generated and the core will not be stored.
The maximum (uncompressed) size in bytes of a core to be saved.
Enforce limits on the disk space taken up by
externally stored coredumps.
sure that old coredumps are removed as soon as the total disk
space taken up by coredumps grows beyond this limit (defaults
to 10% of the total disk size).
controls how much disk space to keep free at least (defaults
to 15% of the total disk size). Note that the disk space used
by coredumps might temporarily exceed these limits while
coredumps are processed. Note that old coredumps are also
removed based on time via