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NAME

       gfs2_trace - can enable trace events, disable trace events, and capture
       data from GFS2 trace events.

SYNOPSIS

       gfs2_trace [-dqEN] [-e trace event name]  [-n  trace  event  name]  [-o
       output filename]

DESCRIPTION

       gfs2_trace  can enabled and disable trace events on all trace events or
       selected trace events. gfs2_trace can capture the output of  the  trace
       events and write the output to a file. When capturing trace events, the
       script will exit when control-c is pressed. The trace  events  will  be
       then written to the selected file.

OPTIONS

       -h,  --help
              Prints out a short usage message and exits.

       -d,  --debug
              enables debug logging.

       -q,  --quiet
              disables logging to console.

       -l,  --list
              lists the enabled state and filters for the GFS2 trace events

       -E,  --enable_all_trace_events
              enables all trace_events for GFS2

       -e <trace event name>, ----enable_trace_event=<trace event name>
              selected trace_events that will be enabled for GFS2

       -N,  --disable_all_trace_events
              disables all trace_events for GFS2

       -n <trace event name>, ----disable_trace_event=<trace event name>
              selected trace_events that will be enabled for GFS2

       -c <output filename>, --capture=<output filename>
              enables  capturing  of  trace events and will save the data to a
              file

SEE ALSO

                                                                 gfs2_trace(8)