ADRCI enables you to view the names of trace files that are currently in the automatic diagnostic repository (ADR). You can view the names of all trace files in the ADR, or you can apply filters to view a subset of names. For example, ADRCI has commands that enable you to:
Obtain a list of trace files whose file name matches a search string.
Obtain a list of trace files in a particular directory.
Obtain a list of trace files that pertain to a particular incident.
You can combine filtering functions by using the proper command line parameters.
TRACEFILE command displays a list of the trace files that are present in the trace directory and in all incident directories under the current ADR home. When multiple ADR homes are current, the traces file lists from all ADR homes are output one after another.
The following statement lists the names of all trace files in the current ADR homes, without any filtering:
The following statement lists the name of every trace file that has the string
mmon in its file name. The percent sign (%) is used as a wildcard character, and the search string is case sensitive.
SHOW TRACEFILE %mmon%
This statement lists the name of every trace file that is located in the /home/steve/temp directory and that has the string
mmon in its file name:
SHOW TRACEFILE %mmon% -PATH /home/steve/temp
This statement lists the names of trace files in reverse order of last modified time. That is, the most recently modified trace files are listed first.
SHOW TRACEFILE -RT
This statement lists the names of all trace files related to incident number 1681:
SHOW TRACEFILE -I 1681