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OVS-PARSE-BACKTRACE(8) Open vSwitch OVS-PARSE-BACKTRACE(8)
ovs-parse-backtrace - parses ovs-appctl backtrace output
ovs-appctl backtrace | ovs-parse-backtrace [<binary>] ovs-parse-backtrace [<binary>] < <backtrace>
In some configurations, many Open vSwitch daemons can produce a series of backtraces using the ovs-appctl backtrace command. Users can analyze these backtraces to figure out what the given Open vSwitch daemon may be spending most of its time doing. ovs-parse-backtrace makes this output easier to interpret. The ovs-appctl backtrace output must be supplied on standard input. The binary that produced the output should be supplied as the sole non-option argument. For best results, the binary should have debug symbols.
• --help Prints a usage message and exits. • --version Prints the version and exits.
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