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FS_TRACE(1)		     AFS Command Reference		   FS_TRACE(1)

NAME
       fs_trace	- Enable or disable AFS	Cache Manager tracing

SYNOPSIS
       fs trace	[-on|-off] [-reset] [-dump]

DESCRIPTION
       This command enables or disables	AFS Cache Manager tracing, resets the
       trace log, or dumps the log.  When you dump the log, two	files are
       created in the Windows Temporary	directory:  afs-buffer.log and
       afsd.log.  Any existing files with those	names will be replaced.

CAUTIONS
       This command is only available on Windows.

OPTIONS
       Any combination of the following	options	may be specified, except that
       both -on	and -off cannot	be specified at	the same time.

       -on Turn	tracing	on.

       -off
	   Turn	tracing	off.

       -reset
	   Resets the tracing information, discarding any trace-information
	   collected up	to this	time.

       -dump
	   Creates a dump file containing the trace information.

OUTPUT
       If successful, the output of this command (for any option) will be:

	  AFS tracing enabled

       If unsuccessful:

	  AFS tracing disabled

EXAMPLES
       The following command starts tracing:

	  % fs trace -on

       The following dumps the current contents	and resets the trace log, then
       turns tracing off:

	  % fs trace -dump -reset -off

PRIVILEGE REQUIRED
       The issuer must be have AFS Client Administrator	access to issue	this
       command.

SEE ALSO
       fs(1)

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 2008. This documentation is covered by	the BSD	License	as
       written in the doc/LICENSE file.	This man page was written by Mike
       Robinson	(mike@endpoint.com) for	OpenAFS.

OpenAFS				  2016-12-14			   FS_TRACE(1)

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