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NAME

       vmware-xferlogs - dump vm-support output to vmx logfile

SYNOPSIS

       vmware-xferlogs OPTIONS FILE

DESCRIPTION

       vmware-xferlogs  is  a simple console application and can be run as any
       user. It is based on rpctool to dump the vm-support output to  the  vmx
       log  file  base64  encoded.  It  can  dump  any  file  supplied  on the
       commandline to the vmx log. It also does the decoding part  of  it.  It
       can  read the vmware.log file decode and write the encoded files in the
       directory it was invoked.

       Example of a transfer found in the vmx log file:

            Aug   24   18:48:09:   vcpu-0|   Guest:    >Logfile    Begins    :
       /root/install.log:  ver  -  1       Aug  24  18:48:09:  vcpu-0|  Guest:
       >SW5zdGFsbGluZyA0NDEgcGFja2FnZXMKCkluc3RhbGxpbmcgZ2xpYmMtY29tbW9uLTIuMi41LTM0
            Aug          24          18:48:09:          vcpu-0|         Guest:
       >LgpJbnN0YWxsaW5nIGh3ZGF0YS0wLjE0LTEuCkluc3RhbGxpbmcgaW5kZXhodG1sLTcuMy0zLgpJ
            Aug          24          18:48:09:          vcpu-0|         Guest:
       >bnN0YWxsaW5nIG1haWxjYXAtMi4xLjktMi4KSW5zdGFsbGluZyBtYW4tcGFnZXMtMS40OC0yLgpJ
            ....        ....        Aug  24  18:48:10:  vcpu-0|  Guest:  >Mi4K
            Aug 24 18:48:10: vcpu-0| Guest: >Logfile Ends

OPTIONS

       enc

       dec

SEE ALSO

       vmware-checkvm(1)
       vmware-hgfsclient(1)
       vmware-toolbox(1)
       vmware-user(1)
       vmware-guestd(8)
       vmware-hgfsmounter(8)
       vmware-user-suid-wrapper(8)
       vmblock(9)
       vmhgfs(9)
       vmmemctl(9)
       vmsync(9)
       vmxnet(9)

HOMEPAGE

       More information about vmware-xferlogs and the Open  VM  Tools  can  be
       found at <http://open-vm-tools.sourceforge.net/>.

AUTHOR

       Open VM Tools were written by VMware, Inc. <http://www.vmware.com/>.

       This  manual  page  was  put together from homepage materials by Daniel
       Baumann <daniel@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by
       others).