The TRACEPRINT command dumps the internal trace buffer of the file system.
- DUMPCOPY or DC
- Displays file system traces from a local trace copy buffer.
- When a file system error is detected, the trace copy buffer stores a copy of the traces from when the error was detected. These traces are likely to contain information about the cause of the error.
- Although the regular system trace buffer also contains traces, early traces can be overwritten due to the volume of trace information written, especially for larger systems. In these cases, use the DUMPCOPY option to investigate the initial trace information that is retained in the trace copy buffer.
- This option is available only when Filer is invoked from the System Debugger or started in Coroner mode.
- The 64-bit identifier of a cylinder, entered as a 16-character hexadecimal number.
- When a cylid is provided, the output is limited to traces associated with that cylid.
- LAST number
- Only the last numberentries are displayed.
- Filer will use the most recently saved values for cylid.
- This option cannot be used unless an input has already been defined for cylid.For more information, see Stored Input Values.