Manpage of IOTRACE_SYPHON
Section: Misc. Reference Manual Pages (1)
Updated: Oct 2004
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iotrace_syphon - read iotrace log and dump to a file
is essentially a glorified
It reads data from /dev/iotrace (by default) every
30 seconds and copies the contents to /var/log/iotrace/DATE, where
DATE is a filename composed of current year-month-date-hour.
All error messages are sent to syslog.
It accepts the following command-line options.
- -f, --file=TRACEDEV
Set the iotrace device name. Default name is /dev/iotrace.
automatically creates the device (via mknod(2)) if the specified
iotrace device does not yet exist.
- -d, --daemon
Run the program as a daemon.
- -i, --interval=N
Read contents from /dev/iotrace every N seconds. N defaults to 30.
- -o, --output=DIR
Set the base output directory. The directory defaults to "/var/log/iotrace".
iotrace(4), iotrace_util(1), iotrace_parse(1)
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Time: 23:31:09 GMT, October 29, 2004