ABRT is a set of tools for detecting and reporting application crashes.
Crashes are automatically recognized and processed for later reporting and analysis.
This reporting can be automatic or users can add additional information and report it by our tools. Reports are collected, analyzed and aggregated providing valuable information for developers.
Framework for aggregating and analyzing reports of crashes.
For users a webpages are available containing reports, problems and statistics for finding out when, how and to whom application crashes.
Reporting users can send coredump for remote analysis and receive backtrace
without a need to install debuginfo packages locally.
This process is also integrated into automatic reporting.
Your coredump is only kept on the server while the retrace job is running. Once the job is finished, the server keeps retrace log and backtrace. All the other data (including coredump) are deleted. The retrace log and backtrace are only accessible via unique task ID and password, thus no one (except the author) is allowed to view it. All the crash information (including backtrace) is deleted after 24 hours of inactivity. No possibly private data are kept on the server any longer.
Your coredump is only used for retrace purposes. Server administrators are not trying to get your private data from coredumps or backtraces. Using a secure communication channel (HTTPS) is strictly recommended. Server administrators are not responsible for the problems related to the usage of an insecure channel (such as HTTP).
Tool for recognition of defects in applications. This recognition is automatic and to user a report is presented. This report can be reported to help developers fix that problem.
A graphical application for browsing detected problems. Each problem is presented as a full report for better understanding of crash. Via this app a bug can also be reported.
A library for reporting various problems to destinations like mailing lists, regular files, remote servers and bug tracking tools. Another destinations and tools can be easily added by writing its own plugins.
Satyr is a collection of low-level algorithms for program failure processing, analysis and reporting supporting kernel space, user space, Python, and Java programs.