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       fbtracemgr - Firebird operation traces


       fbtracemgr action [parameter...]


       fbtracemgr gives access to the trace API of Firebird. It connects to a Firebird server,
       starts a trace session and prints the audit trail to standard output.

       To cancel the trace session, press "Ctrl+C", send the "TERM" signal or use the stop


           Start a trace session

           Stop a trace session

           Suspend a trace session. No output is produced until the session is resumed.

           Resume a suspended trace session.

           List existing trace sessions

   Action parameters
       -n string
       -name string
           Session name

       -i number
       -id number
           Session ID

       -c path
       -config path
           Path to the trace configuration file

   Connection parameters
       -service string
           Service name in the form of "service_mgr" (for local connection) or host:"service_mgr"
           (for remote connection).

       -u user
       -user user
           User name to connect as.

       -p password
       -password password
           Connection password.

       -fe file
       -fetch file
           Read password from file.

       -t string
       -trusted string
           Force trusted authentication


         fbtracemgr -se remote_host:service_mgr -user sysdba -pass masterkey -list
         fbtracemgr -se service_mgr -start -name my_trace -config my_cfg.txt
         fbtracemgr -se service_mgr -suspend -id 2
         fbtracemgr -se service_mgr -resume -id 2
         fbtracemgr -se service_mgr -stop -id 4


       Copyright (C) Damyan Ivanov, 2009.

       This manpage was written by Damyan Ivanov for the Debian project but may be used by
       others. Permission is granted to use this document, with or without modifications,
       provided that this notice is retained. If we meet some day, and you think this stuff is
       worth it, you can buy me a beer in return.