mcfgtrace

The mcfgtrace command modifies the tracing configuration of a running cell and takes the same argument format as a line in the mcell.trace file. mcfgtrace syntax

See Event management CLI trace configuration for instructions on setting up CLI trace configuration files.

The following figure shows the syntax for mcfgtrace.

mcfgtrace syntax

mcfgtrace [-h|-?] [-z] [-q] [-c <ConfigFile>] [-l <HomeLocation>] {-p <Var Value>}
[-n <cellName>|-n @Host[/Port[#Key]]]
[-v] (<Module Level Destination>| Switch <Switch Destination>)

The -n option is required if the cell is remote or if cellName differs from Host. See  Using the -n option for more information.

Module Level Destination is the command-specific option for mcfgtrace. For more information, see mcfgtrace parameters. For a list of common command options that apply to all CLI commands, see Event management common command options.

mcfgtrace parameters

The following table lists the parameters for mcfgtrace.

mcfgtrace parameters

Parameter

Available values

Module

ALL| Module
For a list of modules, see the mcell.trace file.

Note

Your module-level configuration can be requested by BMC Support if you are working with them to resolve an issue.

Level

ALL | VERBOSE | INFORM | WARNING | ERROR | FATAL

Switch

SwitchName
For a list of switch names, see the mcell.trace file.

Destination

no | stderr | console |DestinationFileName

mcfgtrace example

To activate maximum tracing for all modules and send the output to the all.trace file in the temporary directory for Cell1, which is by default installationDirectory/pw/server\log\Cell1, enter the following command:

mcfgtrace -n Cell1 ALL ALL '%T/all.trace' 

mcfgtrace return codes

No specific return codes exist for mcfgtrace. See Event management return codes for a list of common return codes that apply to all CLI commands.

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