scrlog_viewer – view and/or save SCR logﬁle
/opt/scr/bin/scrlog_viewer [-s MMDDhhmm [[ CC ] YY ]] [-e
MMDDhhmm [[ CC ] YY ]]
[-t] [-n] [ file ]
The scrlog_viewer command enables the viewing of part or all of the
SCR logﬁle (or another ﬁle containing data in the same format) at
varying levels of detail.
The scrlog_viewer command executes in either interactive or
non-interactive mode, depending on the options given. In
non-interactive mode, scrlog_viewer ﬁlters the log ﬁle and writes the
resulting data either to stdout or to a destination ﬁle, if speciﬁed. In
interactive mode, scrlog_viewer displays a graphical user interface
that enables ﬁltering, saving one or more versions of the log ﬁle to other
ﬁles, scrolling back and forth among the logﬁle entries, etc.
scrlog_viewer does not modify the contents of the SCR logﬁle. The
contents of the log ﬁle are ﬁltered and displayed according to the
settings of the available ﬁlters. Multiple instances of scrlog_viewer
can be run simultaneously.
scrlog_viewer supports four types of ﬁlters: level of detail, component,
date/time, and user ﬁlters. These ﬁlters can be used in combination to
provide highly selective logﬁle viewing.
The level of detail ﬁlters control how much detail is displayed. The SCR
logﬁle may contain entries of many different types. The entry types
currently supported are: summary, detail, error, and note. The level of
detail ﬁlters display some or all of these entry types, depending on
which ﬁlter is chosen. The level of detail ﬁlters are:
Commands Only Displays only the literal commands that were
[-l detail ] [-c component ] [-u user ] [-o ofile ]
Displays only the higher level messages. These include
summary , error , and note entry types.
Includes Summary level of detail, and adds detail log
entries. If no level of detail is speciﬁed this is the
executed. These commands may include HP-UX
commands as well as SCR commands.
SCR Reference (man Pages)
scrlog_viewer (1M) - DESCRIPTION