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SC_WARTSFILTER(1)	FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual	     SC_WARTSFILTER(1)

NAME
     sc_wartsfilter -- select specific records from a warts file

SYNOPSIS
     sc_wartsfilter [-a	address] [-i input-file] [-o output-file] [-O option]
		    [-t	record-type]

DESCRIPTION
     The sc_wartsfilter	utility	selects	specific records from warts(5) input,
     and outputs those records.	 The supported options to sc_wartsfilter are
     as	follows:

     -a	address
	     specifies an address or prefix of interest.

     -i	input-file
	     specifies the input warts file to process.

     -o	output-file
	     specifies the output warts	file to	write records to.

     -O	option
	     allows the	behavior of sc_wartsfilter to be further tailored.
	     The current choices for this option are:
	       -  check-hops: Check if an address of an	intermediate hop in a
		  trace	or tracelb object matches.

     -t	record-type
	     specifies a record	type of	interest.  The current choices for
	     this option are:
	       -  dealias
	       -  ping
	       -  tbit
	       -  trace
	       -  tracelb

EXAMPLES
     The command:

	sc_wartsfilter -i input.warts -o output.warts -a 192.0.2.5

     outputs all warts records with a destination address 192.0.2.5 from in-
     put.warts into output.warts.

     The command:

	sc_wartsfilter -i input.warts -o output.warts -a 2001:db8::/32

     outputs all warts records with a destination address within the
     2001:db8::/32 prefix into output.warts.

     The command:

	gzcat input.warts.gz | sc_wartsfilter -t ping |	sc_warts2json

     selects all ping records from a decompressed input	file and and pipes
     them to sc_warts2json.

SEE ALSO
     scamper(1), sc_warts2json(1), sc_wartsdump(1), warts(5)

AUTHORS
     sc_wartsfilter was	written	by Matthew Luckie.

FreeBSD	13.0		       November	21, 2019		  FreeBSD 13.0

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