cjdnslog man page

cjdnslog -- display cjdroute log messages

Synopsis

/usr/bin/cjdnslog [<options>...]

Description

Cjdroute sends continuous log messages to the bit bucket. Cjdnslog captures that information in real time and sends it to stdout.

Options

With no options, cjdnslog logs everything.

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--help Print usage summary.
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-f source_file.c Restrict output to log messages generated in source_file.c.
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-v log_level Restrict output to messages at log_level or higher. Log levels include DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR.
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-l lineno Restrict output to message generated on source line lineno. Normally used in conjunction with -f.

Usage

Running cjdnslog requires admin privilege. The cjdnsadmin lib will try to read /etc/cjdroute.conf for the admin password. This will normally succeed only for root. Otherwise, it tries ~/.cjdnsadmin

Files

~/.cjdnsadmin

See Also

cjdroute(1) cjdnslog(1) -- display cjdroute log messages =============================================

Synopsis

/usr/bin/cjdnslog [<options>...]

Description

Cjdroute has numerous log points. Cjdnslog enables and taps selected log points and sends the resulting log messages to stdout.

Options

With no options, cjdnslog logs everything.

·
--help Print usage summary.
·
-f source_file.c Restrict output to log messages generated in source_file.c.
·
-v log_level Restrict output to messages at log_level or higher. Log levels include DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR.
·
-l lineno Restrict output to message generated on source line lineno. Normally used in conjunction with -f.

Usage

Running cjdnslog requires admin privilege. The cjdnsadmin lib will try to read /etc/cjdroute.conf for the admin password. This will normally succeed only for root. Otherwise, it tries ~/.cjdnsadmin

Files

~/.cjdnsadmin

See Also

cjdroute(1)

Info

October 2016