Commands for generating tracing information
BMC Customer Support might ask you to run these traces if you encounter an issue and need assistance.
These commands include:
These commands can cause excessive output that can impact system performance. Use these commands only when directed by BMC Support to diagnose a problem.
The basic syntax for these options is as follows.
ssid commandName keyword
Message BMC73089I displays this diagnostic information. You can also send this information to the XBM SYSPRINT file.
Trace commands syntax
The following figure illustrates the syntax for the trace commands.
Trace commands descriptions
The following table describes the commands in more detail.
Commands for generating trace information
New tracing command
Prints diagnostic trace information
Prints exception trace information
Specifies that the DTRACE information should be printed as messages in the XBM SYSPRINT file as the messages are generated
The SET PRINTTRACE command can cause an excessive amount of messages to be generated when set to ON. Use this command only when you are trying to diagnosis a specific issue.
Specifies that trace information should be printed as messages in the XBM SYSPRINT file when the XBM subsystem shuts down
Specifies the number of lines of existing trace information that should be printed as messages to the XBM SYSPRINT file if the XBM subsystem abends