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NAME

       traffic_crashlog - Traffic Server crash log helper

SYNOPSIS

       traffic_crashlog [options]

DESCRIPTION

       traffic_crashlog  is  a  helper  process  that catches Traffic Server crashes and writes a
       crash report log to the  logging  directory.  Other  than  for  debugging  or  development
       purposes, traffic_crashlog is not intended for users to run directly.

       When traffic_server starts, it will launch a traffic_crashlog process and keep it stopped,
       activating it only if a crash occurs.

OPTIONS

       --host TRIPLE
              This option specifies the host triple for the process that traffic_crashlog  should
              examine.  If  a  supported  host  triple  is specified, traffic_crashlog expects to
              receive a siginfo_t structure on it's standard input, followed by a ucontext_t.

       --target PID
              Specifies the process ID of the crashing traffic_server process. If this option  is
              not specified, traffic_crashlog assumes it should examine it's parent process.

       --syslog
              This  option causes traffic_crashlog to log the name of the crash log it creates to
              the system log.

       --debug
              This option enables debugging mode. In this mode, traffic_crashlog emits the log to
              it's standard output.

       --wait This  option  causes  traffic_crashlog  to  stop  itself  immediately  after  it is
              launched. traffic_server will allow it to continue only when a crash occurs.

CAVEATS

       traffic_crashlog makes use of various Traffic Server management APIs.  If  traffic_manager
       is not available, the crash log will be incomplete.

       traffic_crashlog  may  generate  a  crash  log containing information you would rather not
       share outside your organization. Please examine the crash log carefully before posting  it
       in a public forum.

SEE ALSO

       records.config(5), traffic_manager(8), traffic_server(8)

COPYRIGHT

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