If no start time is given, the beginning of the log is used
as the start time.
-e MMDDhhmm [[ CC ]
ﬁlter to the date/time given by its argument. The
date/time is speciﬁed as described for the -s option. If
no end time is given, then an end date/time of inﬁnity
(no end time) is used.
The -l option sets the desired level of detail. detail
must be speciﬁed and may have the value S, D, V, or C
The level of detail is set as follows:
S = Summary
D = Detail
V = Verbose (Compatibility only)
C = Commands Only
If the -l option is not speciﬁed, the default value is D.
-c component The -c option sets the desired component. component
must be speciﬁed and may have the value C, D, F, T, R, P,
O, or A. The component is set as follows:
C = Configuration
D = Data Management
F = Filter Management
T = Tag Management
R = Repository
P = Presentation
O = Other(reserved)
A = All
If the -c option is not speciﬁed, the default value is A.
The -u option sets the user ﬁlter to the user name or
user ID speciﬁed by user . Only entries logged by this
user are displayed. The option is provided for
compatibility with samlog_viewer (1) and
dmilog_viewer (1). SCR commands require root
The -o option causes the ﬁltered output to be written to
the output ﬁle ofile . The -o option implies the -n
option described below. If ofile is -, the output is
written to stdout. If -o is omitted, the output is written
to either stdout (if -n is speciﬁed) or to the interactive
scrlog_viewer display (if -n is omitted).
1902-2037. If the year is not speciﬁed,
the current year is used.
The -e option sets the end date/time
SCR Reference (man Pages)
scrlog_viewer (1M) - Options