Provided by: libtrace-tools_3.0.21-1ubuntu3_amd64 bug


       tracemerge - Merge one (or more) traces together


       tracemerge [ -i [ interfaces_per_input ] | --set-interface [ interfaces_per_input ] ] [ -u
       | --unique-packets ] [ -z | --compress-level <level> ] [ -Z | --compress-type  <method>  ]
       outputuri inputuri...


       tracemerge merges two or more traces together, keeping packets in order.

              set  the  interface  ("direction")  for  each  input  to  be  unique.  The optional
              inputs_per_interface parameter is how many inputs to reserve for  each  trace,  and
              defaults  to  1.   Thus  if  you  have two traces with two interfaces (in/out), and
              interfaces_per_input is set to 2, then tracemerge will have the first interface  of
              the  first  input will be 0, the second interface of the first input will be 1, the
              first interface of the second input will be 2, and  the  second  interface  of  the
              second input will be 3.

              Beware  that erf only supports 4 interfaces, and pcap only supports 2.  Limitations
              apply based on the input trace format (not the output trace format)

              Ignore duplicate packets with identical timestamps.

              Sets the amount of compression performed on the output file. This value  can  range
              from  0  (no  compression)  to  9  (maximum compression). Higher compression levels
              require more CPU to compress data. Defaults to 0.

              Describes the compression algorithm to be  used  when  writing  the  output  trace.
              Possible methods are "gzip", "bzip2", "lzo", "xz" and "none". Defaults to "none".


       More     details     about     tracemerge    (and    libtrace)    can    be    found    at


       libtrace(3),   tracesplit(1),    tracesplit_dir(1),    tracefilter(1),    traceconvert(1),
       tracereport(1),    tracertstats(1),    tracestats(1),    tracepktdump(1),    traceanon(1),
       tracesummary(1), tracereplay(1), tracediff(1), traceends(1), tracetopends(1)


       Perry Lorier <>