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Accelerator - Crash Reporting That Doesn't Suck

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Old 07-18-2018 , 13:35   Re: Accelerator - Crash Reporting That Doesn't Suck
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Originally Posted by asherkin View Post
As requested many times, Throttle now has support for sharing your crash reports with other Steam accounts.
Thanks! That makes some things easier and faster. So far it looks and works good.

Here's a little preview
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Old 07-20-2018 , 21:21   Re: Accelerator - Crash Reporting That Doesn't Suck
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I've been working on some features for the next generation of the Accelerator extension, and they're ready for a bit of wider testing (Linux servers only at the moment).

The big addition is partial local processing of crash dumps, to do deduplication with and figure our what binaries are missing symbols server-side.

This build has a lot of debug spew and it will upload symbols for your .so files to Throttle, which is currently not configurable (future versions will let you choose between "off", "system files only", or "everything").

I'll probably break the server-side of this a few times while finishing it off, but it shouldn't affect normal Accelerator operation.

Looking for some people with Linux development/test/toy servers to run this build so I can start ironing out any issues and gather a wider selection of Linux system symbols (which Throttle, and most other projects using Breakpad, has historically been lacking in).

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Old 07-20-2018 , 22:36   Re: Accelerator - Crash Reporting That Doesn't Suck
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I can throw it on my l4d2 server, if you need testing.
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