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System Administration Guide: Advanced Administration
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Troubleshooting Core File Problems

Error Message
 
NOTICE: 'set allow_setid_core = 1' in /etc/system is obsolete
NOTICE: Use the coreadm command instead of 'allow_setid_core'
Cause

You have an obsolete parameter that allows setuid core files in your /etc/system file.

Solution

Remove allow_setid_core=1 from the /etc/system file. Then use the coreadm command to enable global setuid core file paths.

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