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KTRDUMP(8)		  BSD System Manager's Manual		    KTRDUMP(8)

NAME
     ktrdump — print kernel ktr trace buffer

SYNOPSIS
     ktrdump [-cfqrt] [-e execfile] [-i ktrfile] [-m corefile] [-o outfile]

DESCRIPTION
     The ktrdump utility is used to dump the contents of the kernel ktr trace
     buffer.

     The following options are available:

     -c		  Print the CPU number that each entry was logged from.

     -f		  Print the file and line number that each entry was logged
		  from.

     -q		  Quiet mode; do not print the column header.

     -r		  Print relative timestamps rather than absolute timestamps.

     -t		  Print the timestamp for each entry.

     -i ktrfile	  File containing saved ktr trace events; for more information
		  see the ktr(4) manual page.

     -e execfile  The kernel image to resolve symbols from.  The default is
		  the value returned via getbootfile(3).

     -m corefile  The core file or memory image to read from.  The default is
		  /dev/mem.

     -o outfile	  The file to write the output to.  The default is standard
		  output.

SEE ALSO
     ktr(4), ktr(9)

HISTORY
     The ktrdump utility first appeared in FreeBSD 5.0.

AUTHORS
     The ktrdump utility was implemented by Jake Burkholder
     ⟨jake@FreeBSD.org⟩.

     This manual page was written by Chad David ⟨davidc@FreeBSD.org⟩.

BSD				 March 8, 2005				   BSD
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