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PACKET.RECORD(1)		       packet.record 1.0.1			 PACKET.RECORD(1)

NAME
       packet.record - Record module

DESCRIPTION
       Provides  the object for a record and the string representation of the record in a tcpdump
       trace file.

       Record object attributes:
	   Record(
	       index	   = Frame number
	       length_inc  = Number of bytes included in trace
	       length_orig = 1
	       msecs	   = 905320,
	       seconds	   = 1349747491,
	       secs	   = 4.165262937545776,
	   )

CLASSES
   class Record(baseobj.BaseObj)
       Record object

       Usage:
	   from packet.record import Record

	   x = Record()

       Methods defined here:
       ---------------------

       __str__(self)
	      String representation of object

	      The representation depends on the verbose level set by debug_repr().  If set  to	0
	      the  generic  object representation is returned.	If set to 1 the representation of
	      the object is condensed to display the frame number and the timestamp:
		  '57 0.530957 '

	      If set to 2 the representation of the object also includes the number of	bytes  on
	      the wire, number of bytes captured and a little bit more

	      verbose:

SEE ALSO
       baseobj(1)

BUGS
       No known bugs.

AUTHOR
       Jorge Mora (mora@netapp.com)

NFStest 1.0.2				  10 April 2013 			 PACKET.RECORD(1)
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