resolve_stack_dump [options] symbols_file [numeric_dump_file]
resolve_stack_dump resolves a numeric stack dump to symbols.
resolve_stack_dump is deprecated and is removed in MySQL 8.0. Stack
traces from official MySQL builds are always symbolized, so there
is no need to use resolve_stack_dump.
Invoke resolve_stack_dump like this:
shell> resolve_stack_dump [options] symbols_file [numeric_dump_file]
The symbols file should include the output from the nm --numeric-sort
mysqld command. The numeric dump file should contain a numeric stack
track from mysqld. If no numeric dump file is named on the command
line, the stack trace is read from the standard input.
resolve_stack_dump supports the following options.
o --help, -h
Display a help message and exit.
o --numeric-dump-file=file_name, -n file_name
Read the stack trace from the given file.
o --symbols-file=file_name, -s file_name
Use the given symbols file.
o --version, -V
Display version information and exit.
For more information, see Section 220.127.116.11, "Using a Stack Trace".
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