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21.3.2. Reporter Plugins

These plugins gather the crash data acquired by the analyzer plugins, combine the data with any user input (such as comments about the crash, reproducibility, etc.), and provide a specific output. Each of these plugins is configurable in its corresponding configuration file placed in the /etc/abrt/plugins/ directory or in the ABRT GUI application (for more information on reporter plugin configuration in the ABRT GUI application, refer to Section 21.3.3, “Plugin Configuration in the GUI”).
— Reports crashes into the Red Hat Technical Support system. Intended for users of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
— Sends a crash report via the mailx utility to a specified email address.
Report Uploader
— Uploads a tarball with crash data into a FTP/SCP server
— Reports crashes into Bugzilla in the form of Bugzilla database entries.


The use of the Bugzilla plugin to report crashes into Bugzilla in the form of Bugzilla database entries is strongly discouraged. Please use the RHTSupport plugin to report crashes into the Red Hat Ticketing System instead.
— Creates a crash report and saves it to a specified local file.

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