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ABRT-RETRACE-CLIEN(1)			   ABRT Manual			    ABRT-RETRACE-CLIEN(1)

NAME
       abrt-retrace-client - Handles the communication with Retrace server.

SYNOPSIS
       abrt-retrace-client <operation> [options]

DESCRIPTION
       This tool is able to communicate with Retrace server: create a new task, ask about task's
       status, download log or backtrace of a finished task.

   Integration with libreport events
       abrt-retrace-client can be used as an analyzer for application crashes which dump core.

       Example usage in report_event.conf:

	   EVENT=analyze analyzer=CCpp
		   abrt-retrace-client

OPERATIONS
       create
	   Creates a new task. Prints task ID and password to stdout. Either -d or -c is
	   required.

       status
	   Prints task's status to stdout. Both -t and -p are required.

       log
	   Prints finished task's log to stdout. Both -t and -p are required.

       backtrace
	   Print finished task's backtrace to stdout. Both -t and -p are required.

       batch
	   Runs all operations in one step: creates a new task, periodically asks for status (the
	   period is specified by --status-delay option) and downloads the result when finished.
	   If the task was successful backtrace file is saved, otherwise log is printed to
	   stdout. Either -c or -d is required.

OPTIONS
       -v, --verbose
	   be verbose

       -s, --syslog
	   log to syslog

       -k, --insecure
	   allow insecure connection to retrace server

       --url URL
	   retrace server URL

       --headers
	   (debug) show received HTTP headers

       -d, --dir DIR
	   read data from ABRT problem directory

       -c, --core COREDUMP
	   read data from coredump

       -l, --status-delay
	   delay for polling operations (seconds)

       --no-unlink
	   (debug) do not delete temporary archive created in /tmp

       -t, --task ID
	   ID of the task on server

       -p, --password PWD
	   password of the task on server

AUTHORS
       o   ABRT team

abrt 2.1.11				    06/18/2014			    ABRT-RETRACE-CLIEN(1)
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