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If I "enable" core dumps with chef-os-hardening, am I really fully enabling core dumps? #105

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boldandbusted opened this Issue Feb 1, 2016 · 1 comment

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boldandbusted commented Feb 1, 2016

We have a need to enable core dumps on production to assist our developers in troubleshooting "interesting" problems. While I see that chef-os-hardening has facilities to disable core files, is the converse true?

Basically, I'll want to do this: http://www.kibinlabs.com/re-enabling-core-dumps-redhat-7/

Thanks! :)

rollbrettler pushed a commit to rollbrettler/chef-os-hardening that referenced this issue Sep 16, 2016

Merge pull request dev-sec#105 from SteveLowe/master
Apply PasswordAuthentication attribute to SSH
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@boldandbusted sorry for huge delay :) This should be resolved by #171. I'm closing this, feel free to reopen if needed

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artem-sidorenko commented Oct 16, 2017

@boldandbusted sorry for huge delay :) This should be resolved by #171. I'm closing this, feel free to reopen if needed

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