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SATYR(1)						      General Commands Manual							  SATYR(1)

satyr - create and manipulate problem reports SYNOPSIS
satyr <command> [option...] DESCRIPTION
satyr is a command line tool that creates anonymous reports of software problems that are suitable for automated processing. The tool has to be invoked with a <command> that specifies the action to be performed. The available commands are documented below. OPTIONS
Commands abrt-print-report-from-dir <directory> Creates report from ABRT problem directory directory and prints it to standard output. abrt-create-core-stacktrace <directory> Creates stacktrace from ABRT problem directory directory that contains a core dump. satyr 0.13 2013-03-18 SATYR(1)

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ABRT-ACTION-ANALYZ(1)						    ABRT Manual 					     ABRT-ACTION-ANALYZ(1)

abrt-action-analyze-java - Calculate and save UUID & DUPHASH and determine the level of usability for reporting of a Java stack trace. SYNOPSIS
abrt-action-analyze-java [-v] [-d DIR] [-o] [-f FILE] DESCRIPTION
The tool reads the file named backtrace from a problem data directory, processes it and generates a universally unique identifier (UUID). Then it saves this data as new element uuid. It also checks whether the stack trace contains a remote address in any of its frames and if so it creates not-reportable element whose contents explains why the stack trace should not be reported into a bug tracking system. Integration with ABRT events abrt-action-analyze-java can be used to generate the UUID & DUPHAS of a newly saved Java stack trace. EVENT=post-create analyzer=Java abrt-action-analyze-java OPTIONS
-d DIR Path to a problem directory. The tool reads the backtrace from stdin when neither this option nor -f is provided. -f FILE Path to a stack trace. The tool reads the backtrace from stdin when neither this option nor -d is provided. -o Print the result to stdout. -v Be more verbose. Can be given multiple times. AUTHORS
o ABRT team abrt-java-connector 01/19/2014 ABRT-ACTION-ANALYZ(1)
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