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NAME

       fstrace lsset - Reports the status of an event set

SYNOPSIS

       fstrace lsset << [-set <set name+] >>> [-help]

       fstrace lss << [-s <set name+] >>> [-h]

DESCRIPTION

       The fstrace lsset command displays a list of the available event sets
       and reports their current status (active, inactive, or dormant).

       To change an event set’s status, use the fstrace setset command.

OPTIONS

       -set <set name>+
           Names the event set for which to display the status. The only
           acceptable value is cm, which is also the default if this argument
           is omitted.

       -help
           Prints the online help for this command. All other valid options
           are ignored.

OUTPUT

       The output lists the available event sets and the status of each, in
       the following format:

          Available sets:
          cm (active │ inactive │ dormant)

       where

       active
           Indicates that tracing is enabled for the event set, and kernel
           memory allocated for the corresponding trace log.

       inactive
           Indicates that tracing is temporarily disabled for the event set,
           but kernel memory still allocated for the corresponding trace log.

       dormant
           Indicates that tracing is disabled for the event set, and no kernel
           memory allocated for the corresponding trace log.

EXAMPLES

       The following example displays the available event set and its status:

          # fstrace lsset
          Available sets:
          cm active

PRIVILEGE REQUIRED

       The issuer must be logged in as the local superuser root.

SEE ALSO

       the fstrace(8) manpage, the fstrace_setset(8) manpage

COPYRIGHT

       IBM Corporation 2000. <http://www.ibm.com/> All Rights Reserved.

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