Provided by: arbtt_0.7-2_amd64
arbtt-recover - tries to recover a broken arbtt data log
arbtt-recover tries to readsthe data samples recorded by arbtt-capture(1), skipping over possible broken entries. A fixed log file is written to <file>~/.arbtt/capture.log.recovered</file>. If the recovery was successful, you should stop arbtt-capture and move the file to <file>~/.arbtt/capture.log</file>. As a sid effect, arbtt-recover applies the log compression method implemented in version 0.4.5 to the samples created by an earlier version. If you have a large logfile written by older versions, running arbtt-recover is recommended.
-h, -?, --help shows a short summary of the available options, and exists. -V, --version shows the version number, and exists. -i, --infile logfile to use instead of ~/.arbtt/capture.log -o, --outfile where to save the recovered file, instead of ~/.arbtt/capture.log
~/.arbtt/capture.log binary file, storing the arbtt data samples ~/.arbtt/capture.log.recovered binary file, storing the fixed arbtt data samples
See the arbtt manual for more information and the arbtt hackage page for newer versions of arbtt.
Joachim Breitner <firstname.lastname@example.org> Main author of arbtt Sergey Astanin <email@example.com> Contributor Martin Kiefel <firstname.lastname@example.org> Contributor Muharem Hrnjadovic <email@example.com> Contributor
1. arbtt hackage page http://www.hackage.org/package/arbtt