Howto determine Linux Access Gateway version from coredump

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  • 08-Oct-2010
  • 26-Apr-2012

Environment


Novell Access Manager 3.1 Linux Access Gateway

Situation

An Access Manager environment exists with multiple versions of the Linux Access Gateway (LAG) in testing, staging a production. When a coredump is being analysed, it is often difficult to determine what version of the LAG the crash occured on, and on what OS platform. The following commands allow you determine this:

1. To verify the OS version from core dump (whether the LAG OS is SLES9 or SLES11)


      strings <core.filename> | grep GCC


     Output:    


     SLES9:        GCC: (GNU) 3.3.3

     SLES11:      GCC: (SUSE Linux) 4.3.2



2. To get the LAG build version

    

      strings <core.filename> | grep  Via


  In the Via Header - you can see the LAG version.   


  Output:    


   Via: 1.1 www.lag.com (Access Gateway 3.1.2-328-AE9993EC3E3B3870)


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