abrt-dump-journal-xorg man page

abrt-dump-journal-xorg — Extract Xorg crashes from systemd-journal

Synopsis

abrt-dump-journal-xorg [-vsoxtf] [-e]/[-c CURSOR] [-d DIR]/[-D] [-j FILTER]

Description

This tool creates problem directory from Xorg crash extracted from systemd-journal. The tool can follow systemd-journal and extract Xorg crashes in time of their occurrence.

The following start from the last seen cursor. If the last seen cursor file does not exist, the following start by scanning the entire sytemd-journal or from the end if -e option is specified.

A journal filter is required and must be specified either by the -j option or in the xorg.conf configuration file.

Options

-v, --verbose

Be more verbose. Can be given multiple times.

-s

Log to syslog

-o

Print found Xorg crashes on standard output

-d DIR

Create new problem directory in DIR for every Xorg crash found

-D

Same as -d DumpLocation, DumpLocation is specified in abrt.conf

-s CURSOR

Starts scanning systemd-journal from CURSOR

-e

Starts following systemd-journal from the end

-x

Make the problem directory world readable. Usable only with -d/-D

-t

Throttle problem directory creation to 1 per second

-f

Follow systemd-journal

-j

Set journal filter (may be given many times)

Files

/etc/abrt/plugins/xorg.conf

Configuration file for ABRT’s tools which work with Xorg crashes.

/var/lib/abrt/abrt-dump-journal-xorg.state

File with a saved systemd-journal cursor to the last seen message.

See Also

abrt-action-analyze-xorg(1) abrt-xorg.conf(5) abrt.conf(5) journalctl(1)

Authors

Referenced By

abrt-action-analyze-xorg(1), abrt-xorg.conf(5).