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tttracefile - script of settings for ToolTalk tracing
A tttrace script contains settings that control ToolTalk calls and
messages. A tttrace script consists of commands separated by semicolons or
newlines. The first command must be the version command.
If conflicting values are given for a setting, the last value wins.
The version of the tttracefile command syntax used. The current
version is 1.
follow [off | on]
Sets whether to follow all children forked by the traced client or
subsequently started in the traced session. Default is off.
[> | >>] outfile
File to be used for the trace output. By default, trace output goes to
standard error. Normal sh(1) interpretation of > and >> applies.
functions [all | none | func...]
ToolTalk API functions to trace. func may include sh(1) wildcard
characters. Default is all.
attributes [all | none]
none means use only a single line when printing a message on the trace
output. all means print all attributes, arguments, and context slots of
Default is none.
states [none | edge | deliver | dispatch | Tt_state]...
State(s) through which to trace messages. In addition to the Tt_states
defined in tt_c.h, valid states are:
disable all message tracing
messages entering initial (TT_SENT) and final (TT_HANDLED, TT_FAILED)
all state changes and all client deliveries.
deliver + all patterns considered for matching. (default)
Trace messages that have toTrace as a value for the indicated message
attribute. toTrace may include sh(1) wildcard characters. If no toTrace
argument is included for a given message attribute, then no value of
that attribute excludes a message from tracing.
A word beginning with # causes that word and all the following characters
up to a newline to be ignored.
To trace all attribute-getting and -setting messages sent by ptype starting
version 1ops Get* Set*sender_ptypes Dt*
To trace only ToolTalk function calls (but not messages) in a process tree,
version 1; follow on; states none
ttsession(1), tttrace(1), the Session_Trace() ToolTalk request
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