1. BitPusher2600's Avatar
    I have many folders I've discovered showing up at the root directory of my memory card that are labeled NDKDump- followed by a string of numbers and containing a file called coredump.bin that is exactly 98mb in size. I bet there's almost a gig wasted in the number of these. Am I safe to delete these and why are they showing up?

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    07-02-11 02:35 AM
  2. Reed McLay's Avatar
    NCDUMP

    ncdump generates a text representation of a specified netCDF file on standard output. The text representation is in a form called CDL (‘‘network Common Data form Language’’) that can be viewed, edited, or serve as input to ncgen. ncgen is a companion program that can generate a binary netCDF file from a CDL file. Hence ncgen and ncdump can be used as inverses to transform the data representation between binary and text representations. See ncgen for a description of CDL and netCDF representations.

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    The question is, what is creating those files?

    07-02-11 11:08 AM
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    NCDUMP



    The question is, what is creating those files?

    Wht does all that mean in layman's terms??? Is it something sinister?

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    07-03-11 09:25 AM
  4. Culex316's Avatar
    I have many folders I've discovered showing up at the root directory of my memory card that are labeled NDKDump- followed by a string of numbers and containing a file called coredump.bin that is exactly 98mb in size. I bet there's almost a gig wasted in the number of these. Am I safe to delete these and why are they showing up?

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    That's the Blackberry making a "coredump" of its memory whenever the Webkit browser crashes
    07-03-11 09:34 AM
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