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Camera coredumps via OnePlus 9 Pro

  1. Synergeia
    Eclair Oct 27, 2021

    Synergeia , via OnePlus 9 Pro , Oct 27, 2021 :
    When I tried to analyze use of storage, I saw a folder in /data/vendor/camera/coredumps, that contains a lot of coredump folders (4356 items, 3.9 GB). I tried to clear cache, logs etc but files a still here. Can I safely delete them manually?

    Upd: in cameraxsettingsdump.txt "reprocessDump (0xB24DF5D6) = 0"
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  2. Xcommunicad0
    Lollipop Oct 27, 2021

    Xcommunicad0 , Oct 27, 2021 :
    Hi, try clearing storage for these apps including Camera
    com.oneplus.camera.pictureprocessing
    OnePlus Camera Service
     

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  3. Synergeia
    Eclair Oct 27, 2021

    Synergeia , via OnePlus 9 Pro , Oct 27, 2021 :
    There is no com.oneplus.camera.pictureprocessing. I see only a service of Camera app with that.
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  4. Swejuggalo
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert Oct 27, 2021


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  5. DileepMuvvala
    Honeycomb Oct 29, 2021


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  6. Synergeia
    Eclair Oct 29, 2021

    Synergeia , via OnePlus 9 Pro , Oct 29, 2021 :
    Tried that. But I can't find the app related to this files. I tried to clear all logs, data and cache.
     

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  7. thechangingtime
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 31, 2021

    thechangingtime , via OnePlus 8T , Oct 31, 2021 :
    Did you enable OnePlus Logkit? You can enable by entering *#800# in dial pad, enter "OnePlus Logkit" then click “Basic Log” bar "Play" button to stop it.and delete log file. There are camera feature logs that would be written in the core file directory if enabled.
     

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  8. Synergeia
    Eclair Nov 1, 2021

    Synergeia , via OnePlus 9 Pro , Nov 1, 2021 :
    Didn't work. Logkit writes log in another place and after deleting logs, files from op-post directory are still here. Looks like it was an old logs because any new logs writes right into /data/vendor/camera, but old logs was in subfolder "coredump", which contains a lot of coredump folders with timestamp in their names (and pid/tid). Also I created a bug report about that, but they want to reproduce the problem and I can't do that. Files is already here.
     

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  9. Synergeia
    Eclair Nov 27, 2021

    Synergeia , via OnePlus 9 Pro , Nov 27, 2021 :
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    Can anyone check /data/vendor/camera directory? For now it's 10GB. All new coredumps writes right into "/data/vendor/camera" directory, not in subfolder (coredump). But there also some other "new" files with names, for example - p[ZSLSnapshotYUVHAL]_req[6]_batch[0]_BPS[0]_port[0]_w[8000]_h[6016]_20211124_140625.RAWMIPI10. Each file around 60 MB. I can open it up on the PC with "Image Analyzer" program. They are really photos, but why this logs, dumps and any other temporary files are kept forever?
     
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  10. Swejuggalo
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert Nov 27, 2021

    Swejuggalo , via OnePlus 9 Pro Morning Mist , Nov 27, 2021 :
    Some other rooted user reported dump files created and never removed belonging to the modem. To such a degree system growing out of hand.
    It would be nice if the devs could look at this. Your issue could be one more reason for the never ending growing system storage problem.
    If you report via the feedback tool and refer to this thread it would be great.
     

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  11. Synergeia
    Eclair Nov 27, 2021

    Synergeia , via OnePlus 9 Pro , Nov 27, 2021 :
    I've created a bug report but they want reproduce the problem a get a logs. But I can't do that. I just check this directory from time to time and saw that it grows bigger.
     

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  12. Swejuggalo
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert Nov 27, 2021

    Swejuggalo , via OnePlus 9 Pro Morning Mist , Nov 27, 2021 :
    If the files are created without you noticed a issue I can imagine the problem to replicate it.
    Wouldn't starting a log in the morning, check up on the folders ever now and then and when you have noticed a few files been created they should be possible to use as time markers instead of snapping a screenshot when a bug happens? Sharing the time stamps of those files while creating a log should give them something to go on.
     

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  13. Synergeia
    Eclair Nov 28, 2021


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  14. Swejuggalo
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert Nov 28, 2021


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  15. Synergeia
    Eclair Nov 30, 2021


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