cxl monitor [<options>]
cxl-monitor is used for monitoring the CXL trace events emitted by the kernel and convert them to json objects and dumping the json format notifications to standard output or a logfile.
Run a monitor as a daemon to monitor events and output to a log file.
cxl monitor --daemon --log=/var/log/cxl-monitor.log
Run a monitor as a one-shot command and output the notifications to stdio.
Run a monitor daemon as a system service
systemctl start cxl-monitor.service
- -l, --log=
Send log messages to the specified destination.
- "<file>": Send log messages to specified <file>.
- "standard": Send messages to standard output.
The default log destination is /var/log/cxl-monitor.log if "--daemon" is specified, otherwise standard. Note that standard and relative path for <file> will not work if "--daemon" is specified.
Run a monitor as a daemon.
- -v, --verbose
Emit more debug messages
- -u, --human
By default the command will output machine-friendly raw-integer data. Instead, with this flag, numbers representing storage size will be formatted as human readable strings with units, other fields are converted to hexadecimal strings.
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