If no log name is specified, then this command displays all messages from all diagnostic logs under the current ADR Home.
Use a SQL-like predicate string to show only the log entries for which the predicate is true. The predicate string must be enclosed in double quotation marks.
Table 17-18 lists the fields that can be used in the predicate string.
Direct results to the terminal.
If this option is not specified, then this command opens the results in an editor. By default, it opens the results in emacs, but you can use the SETEDITOR command to open the results in other editors.
Displays the most recent entries in the log.
Use the num option to display the last num entries in the log. If num is omitted, the last 10 entries are displayed.
If the -f option is given, after displaying the requested messages, the command does not return. Instead, it remains active and continuously displays new log entries to the terminal as they arrive in the log. You can use this command to perform live monitoring of the log. To terminate the command, press CTRL+C.