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Manual Reference Pages  -  FS_TRACE (1)

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NAME

fs_trace - Enable or disable AFS Cache Manager tracing

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

fs trace [-on|-off] [-reset] [-dump]

DESCRIPTION

This command enables or disables AFS Cache Manager tracing, resets the trace log, or dumps the log. When you dump the log, two files are created in the Windows Temporary directory: afs-buffer.log and afsd.log. Any existing files with those names will be replaced.

CAUTIONS

This command is only available on Windows.

OPTIONS

Any combination of the following options may be specified, except that both -on and -off cannot be specified at the same time.
-on Turn tracing on.
-off Turn tracing off.
-reset Resets the tracing information, discarding any trace-information collected up to this time.
-dump Creates a dump file containing the trace information.

OUTPUT

If successful, the output of this command (for any option) will be:



   AFS tracing enabled



If unsuccessful:



   AFS tracing disabled



EXAMPLES

The following command starts tracing:



   % fs trace -on



The following dumps the current contents and resets the trace log, then turns tracing off:



   % fs trace -dump -reset -off



PRIVILEGE REQUIRED

The issuer must be have AFS Client Administrator access to issue this command.

SEE ALSO

fs(1)

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2008. This documentation is covered by the BSD License as written in the doc/LICENSE file. This man page was written by Mike Robinson (mike@endpoint.com) for OpenAFS.
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