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    What means if the size of the core file increases?
    This happend on a checkpoint firewall 1 on at SUN Solaris machine.

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    I have little idea what your asking in your question.

    From what you posted this google search might provide some answers.

    Hope this helps, if not, please elaborate on your question.

    J.

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    Have you patched the solaris recently?

    CK on sun's website also.
    Trappedagainbyperfectlogic.

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    The "core" file is located in the checkpoint-directory /opt/cpfw1.41/core The file I am inquiring about is not the Solaris core dump.

    Which process is updating the core file? What gets written in it?

    A solaris patch was not installed recently.

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    My path to core is different. Anyway, have you recently upgraded (patched the chkp) core?

    If you have not service packed it- Then do you have an autoupdate feature? It may be set to find its own updates - though iNViCTuS would know better than me.

    I've only been running this for three years, so haven't figured it all out yet.

    Trappedagainbyperfectlogic.

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    What have you done recently to the Checkpoint Firewall. Also what version are you running. I might be able to help you some more, but I am not exactly sure what you are asking either.

    The core file for Checkpoint is just a file like any other core file where memory is dumped after a system crash.

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