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19.3.  ABRT Plugins

ABRT offers a variety of analyzer plugins and reporter plugins. These plugins are described in the following two sections. Not all of the plugins mentioned in the following sections are installed by default. To view all available plugins, run the following command:
yum list all | grep abrt-plugin-*

19.3.1. Analyzer Plugins

These plugins serve as analyzers and crash information collectors for specific types of crashes. For example, the Kerneloops analyzer plugin checks for crashes in the kernel only. These plugins can be enabled/disabled from loading at start-up in their corresponding configuration files placed in the /etc/abrt/plugins/ directory. The following is a list of all analyzer plugins.
Kerneloops
— Checks for crashes in the kernel and consequently collects kernel crash information. It can be enabled/disabled from loading at start-up in the /etc/abrt/plugins/Kerneloops.conf file.
Python
— Checks for crashes in Python programs and consequently collects the crash information. It can be enabled/disabled from loading at start-up in the /etc/abrt/plugins/Python.conf file.
CCpp
— Checks for crashes in C and C++ programs and consequently collects the crash information. It can be enabled/disabled from loading at start-up in the /etc/abrt/plugins/CCpp.conf file.