retrace-server-interact - Man Page

use Retrace server's chroot for interactive debugging.

Synopsis

retrace-server-interact [-h] [--priv] task_id action

Description

The tool makes Retrace server's chroot available for interactive debugging. It enables user to jump into the chroot and execute the correct tool (gdb/crash), automatically loading all relevant files.

Actions

shell

Jump to a shell. Not available if mock chroot is not used. This is the case of vmcores from the same architecture as host system.

gdb

Run GDB, load executable and coredump and jump to prompt. Only available for binary crashes (coredumps).

crash

Run Crash, load vmcore and vmlinux and jump to prompt. Only available for kernel crashes (vmcores).

printdir

Print the directory of the task.

delete

Delete the task. Use with caution (there is no undo).

set-success

Force task status to success. This may be useful if a task has been marked as "failed" by retrace-server but a user has other knowledge it is still useful. This will avoid a possible early deletion of the task by retrace-server-cleanup which uses the DeleteFailedTaskAfter configuration setting.

set-fail

Force task status to fail. This may be useful if a task has been marked as "success" by retrace-server but a user has other knowledge it is not useful. This will allow a possible early deletion of the task by retrace-server-cleanup which uses DeleteFailedTaskAfter configuration setting.

Options

-h

Display help and exit.

--priv

Use the chroot as privileged user.

Authors

Notes

1.

_mtoman@redhat.com_
mailto:_mtoman@redhat.com_

Info

01/27/2021 retrace-server 1.22.4 Retrace Server Manual