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# PR 11786 (Gold and strip differ on memsz field of PT_TLS).
# Generate a core file from the stripped version of the program,
# and then try to debug the core with the unstripped version.
if { [have_fuse_ld_gold] == 0} {
return -1
if {[build_executable "failed to prepare" $testfile $srcfile \
{debug pie "ldflags=-fuse-ld=gold"}]} {
return -1
set stripped_binfile ${binfile}.stripped
set gcorefile ${binfile}.gcore
set strip_program [transform strip]
remote_file host delete ${stripped_binfile}
if [run_on_host "strip" "$strip_program" "-g -o ${stripped_binfile} $binfile"] {
return -1
# Workaround PR binutils/10802:
# Preserve the 'x' bit also for PIEs (Position Independent Executables).
set perm [file attributes ${binfile} -permissions]
file attributes ${stripped_binfile} -permissions $perm
clean_restart ${stripped_binfile}
# The binary is stripped of debug info, but not minsyms.
if ![runto break_here] {
return -1
if {![gdb_gcore_cmd $gcorefile "save a corefile"]} {
return -1
# Now restart gdb with the unstripped binary and load the corefile.
clean_restart ${binfile}
gdb_test "core ${gcorefile}" \
"Core was generated by .*" "re-load generated corefile"
# Put $pc in gdb.log for debug purposes for comparison with stripped case.
gdb_test "x/i \$pc" "break_here.*"
gdb_test "frame" "#0 \[^\r\n\]* break_here .*" "unstripped + core ok"