Where did the CrashReporter logs go?
Thomas McGrath III
mcgrath3 at mac.com
Thu Nov 6 05:55:01 CST 2008
Might be too obvious: Applications folder/ Utilities folder/ Console.app
Under Logs then Crash Reporter ???
Tom McGrath III
Lazy River Software
3mcgrath at comcast.net
iTunes Library Suite - libITS
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On Nov 6, 2008, at 4:43 AM, Ben Rubinstein wrote:
> I'm currently working on a kiosk app, on Mac OS X, using revBrowser,
> so I'm doing soak testing with a gorilla that's hammering randomly
> on it. Given enough gorillas and time, I can crash it. I want to
> find out where the crash is happening so I can tell Rev.
> In the days of yore, when Rev crashed, you could find all the gory
> details in ~/Library/Logs/CrashReporter. But now when my Rev
> standalone crashes, no log. This is a brand new machine, (intel Mac
> mini) running Leopard.
> I've been running this for a week now, and at first I thought this
> might be because I was running it under a managed user; but
> yesterday I set it going under an admin user, and this morning it
> was crashed, there was a malloc error in the console - but still no
> CrashReporter log. There's a CrashReporter folder there - with a
> report from my gorilla app, written badly by me in, which I managed
> to crashed before it could crash anything else - but nothing from my
> Rev standalone.
> I also discovered something I'd not come across before in /Library/
> Logs/HangReporter - which did have a report from a few days ago of a
> hang of my Rev standalone - but the report doesn't look very useul.
> Given that the Cocoa (gorilla) app produced a CrashReporter log,
> this mechanism obviously hasn't gone altogether. Does anyone know
> where the crash reports for Rev-built standalones will go, or
> whether there's something I have to do to the standalone to make
> sure that the OS produces one?
> - Ben
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