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NAME

       1.1.14 - Part of the Pacemaker cluster resource manager

SYNOPSIS

       crm_report --from date-time [--to date-time] [additional options] [dest]

DESCRIPTION

       crm_report - Create a tarball containing everything needed when reporting cluster problems

OPTIONS

       -V     increase verbosity

       -v,--version
              software version

       --features
              software features

       -f, --from time
              time prior to problems beginning: "YYYY-M-D H:M:S"  (do not forget the quotes)

       -t, --to time
              time at which all problems were resolved: "YYYY-M-D H:M:S" (default: 'now')

       -T, --cts test
              CTS test or set of tests to extract

       --cts-log
              CTS master logfile

       -n, --nodes nodes
              node names for this cluster only needed if the cluster is not active on the current
              machine accepts both -n "a b" and -n a -n b

       -l, --logfile file
              log file to collect, normally this will be determined automatically

       -p patt
              additional regular expression to match variables to be removed (default: "passw.*")

       -L patt
              additional regular expression to match in log files for  analysis  (default:  CRIT:
              ERROR:)

       -M     collect only the logs specified by -l

       -S, --single-node
              single node operation; don't try to start report collectors on other nodes

       -c, --cluster type
              force the cluster type (corosync,openais,heartbeat,logmaster)

       -A, --openais
              force the cluster type to be OpenAIS

       -C, --corosync
              force the cluster type to be CoroSync

       -H, --heartbeat
              force the cluster type to be Heartbeat

       -u, --user user
              ssh username for cluster nodes (default: root)

       -D, --depth
              search depth to use when attempting to locate files

       -e, --rsh
              specify the remote shell to use (default: ssh -T)

       --dest a custom destination directory/file

       dest   a custom destination directory/file

EXAMPLES

              crm_report   -f  "2011-12-14  13:05:00"  unexplained-apache-failure  crm_report  -f
              2011-12-14 -t 2011-12-15 something-that-took-multiple-days crm_report  -f  13:05:00
              -t 13:12:00   brief-outage