[Mono-dev] SIGSEV Cores on Solaris

Zoltan Varga vargaz at gmail.com
Sat Mar 25 07:26:39 EST 2006

SIGSEGV are not converted to exceptions in recent mono 1.1 releases, not even
on linux and windows. What mono version are you using ? The default
behavior is to abort after printing some diagnostic messages, and this
cannot be changed.
Also, binding to a reserved port shouldn't cause a SIGSEGV. Maybe this is a bug
in the mono runtime which should be reported so it can be fixed.


On 3/25/06, Aaron Clauson <aza at azaclauson.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I've done some playing around running some of our mono programs on Solaris
> (i386) and the default behaviour for SIGSEV in native code appears to be to
> generate a core dump. For example if I try and bind to TCP port 80 on Solaris I
> get a core dump whereas on Windows and Linux I can catch the exception.
> Is there a way to change this behaviour so that SIGSEV signals in Solaris
> generate exceptions instead?
> Thanks,
> Aaron
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