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NAME

       fstrace_setset - Sets the status of an event set

SYNOPSIS

       fstrace setset [-set <set name>+]
           [-active] [-inactive] [-dormant] [-help]

       fs sets [-s <set name>+] [-a] [-i] [-d] [-h]

DESCRIPTION

       The fstrace setset command sets the status of the "cm" kernel event set on the local
       machine, which determines whether trace messages are recorded in the log buffer in kernel
       memory.

OPTIONS

       -set <set name>+
           Names the event set for which to set the status. The only acceptable value "cm", which
           is also the default if this argument is omitted.

       -active
           Enables tracing for the event set and allocates kernel memory for the associated trace
           log buffer. Provide one of this flag, the -inactive flag, or the -dormant flag.

       -inactive
           Temporarily disables tracing for the event set, but does not change the allocation of
           kernel memory for the associated trace log buffer.  Provide one of this flag, the
           -active flag, or the -dormant flag.

       -dormant
           Disables tracing for the event set and frees the kernel memory previously allocated
           for the associated trace log buffer. Provide one of this flag, the -active flag, or
           the -inactive flag.

       -help
           Prints the online help for this command. All other valid options are ignored.

EXAMPLES

       The following example sets the cm event set's status to inactive:

          # fstrace setset -set cm -inactive

PRIVILEGE REQUIRED

       The issuer must be logged in as the local superuser "root".

SEE ALSO

       fstrace(8), fstrace_lsset(8), fstrace_setlog(8)

COPYRIGHT

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