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dlt-receive - Console based client for DLT Logging
dlt-receive [-h] [-a] [-x] [-m] [-s] [-o filename] [-c limit] [-v] [-y] [-b baudrate] [-e ecuid] [-f filterfile] hostname/serial_device_name
Receive DLT messages from DLT daemon and print or store the messages. OPTIONS -h Display a short help text. -a Print DLT file; payload as ASCII. -x Print DLT file; payload as hex. -m Print DLT file; payload as hex and ASCII. -s Print DLT file; only headers. -o Output messages in new DLT file. -c Set limit when storing messages in file. When limit is reached, a new file is opened. Use K,M,G as suffix to specify kilo-, mega-, giga-bytes respectively, e.g. 1M for one megabyte (Default: unlimited). -v Verbose mode. -y Serial device mode. -b Serial device baudrate (Default: 115200). -e Set ECU ID (Default: RECV). -f Enable filtering of messages.
Print received message headers received from a dlt-daemon running on localhost:: dlt-receive -s localhost Print received message headers received from a serila interface:: dlt-receive -s -y /dev/ttySO Store received message headers from a dlt-daemon to a log file called log.dlt and filter them for e.g. Application ID ABCD and Context ID EFGH (Write:ABCD EFGH as single line to a file called filter.txt):: dlt-receive -s -o log.dlt -f filter.txt localhost Store incoming messages in file(s) and restrict file sizes to 1 megabyte. If limit is reached, log.dlt will be renamed into log.0.dlt, log.1.dlt, ... No files will be overwritten in this mode:: dlt-receive -o log.dlt -c 1M localhost
Non zero is returned in case of failure.
Be aware that dlt-receive will never delete any files. Instead, it creates a new file.
Alexander Wenzel (alexander.aw.wenzel (at) bmw (dot) de)
Copyright (C) 2015 BMW AG. License MPL-2.0: Mozilla Public License version 2.0 <http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/>.
See Github issue: <https://github.com/GENIVI/dlt-daemon/issues>