The trace-cmd(1) agent listens over a vsocket (for virtual
machines) or a TCP port for connections to control the tracing of
the machine. The agent will then start tracing on the local
machine and pass the data to the controlling connection.
Listen over TCP instead of a vsocket. Must pass in a client
host name or IP address to allow connection to. It will only
connect to the specified client. Note, any process on that
client can control the agent.
*This is a very insecure setting. Only use on a trusted network*
*Only use if the client machine is totally trusted*
This option will specify the port to listen to.
This options causes trace-cmd agent to go into a daemon mode
and run in the background.
Allow an agent to also act as a proxy server, where it can be
run on a host and connect with a guest. cid is the context
ID (see vsock(7)) of the client (e.g., guest VM) it will
allow to connect.
Set the log level. Supported log levels are "none",
"critical", "error", "warning", "info", "debug", "all" or
their identifiers "0", "1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6". Setting
the log level to specific value enables all logs from that
and all previous levels. The level will default to "info" if
one is not specified.
Example: enable all critical, error and warning logs
trace-cmd listen --verbose=warning
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