The OS Linux allows me to create a core-dump if an application crashes, which contains the data the application had in memory at the time of the crash. This is very valuable in order to do post-mortem debugging (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Core_dump).
While trying to run my containers on an AKS cluster, I discovered, that the VMs of an AKS cluster do not set a custom value as path for where to save the core dump, which tries to pipe it to
/usr/share/apport/apport %p %s %c. Pipes are forwarded to the host system (see https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/565788/core-file-may-or-may-not-escape-docker-container-depending-on-the-core-pattern) where I would like to know what the values of each VM are and how I can pick up these core-dump files.
According to a stackoverflow answer (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58715733/export-memory-dump-azure-kubernetes) this should be somewhere in the docs of Azure, but I couldn&#39;t find any reference.
Please tell me where AKS stores the core-dump files of my containers and how I can access them.