TRACESPLIT(1) User Commands TRACESPLIT(1)NAME
tracesplit - split traces
tracesplit [ -f bpf | --filter=bpf] [ -c count | --count=count] [ -b bytes | --bytes=bytes] [ -i seconds | --seconds=seconds] [ -s unixtime
| --starttime=unixtime] [ -e unixtime | --endtime=unixtime] [ -m maxfiles | --maxfiles=maxfiles] [ -S snaplen | --snaplen=snaplen] [ -z
level | --compress-level=level] [ -Z method | --compress-type=method] inputuri [inputuri ...] outputuri
tracesplit splits the given input traces into multiple tracefiles
-f bpf filter
output only packets that match tcpdump style bpf filter
output count packets per output file. The output file will be named after the basename given in the outputuri with the packet num-
ber of the first packet in this file.
output bytes bytes per file
start a new tracefile after "seconds" seconds
don't output any packets before unixtime
don't output any packets after unixtime
do not create more than "maxfiles" trace files
Truncate packets to "snaplen" bytes long. The default is collect the entire packet.
Compress the data using the specified compression level, ranging from 0 to 9. Higher compression levels tend to result in better
compression but require more processing power to compress.
Compress the data using the specified compression algorithm. Accepted methods are "gzip", "bzip2", "lzo" or "none". Default value is
none unless a compression level is specified, in which case gzip will be used.
create a 1MB erf trace of port 80 traffic.
tracesplit -z 1 -Z gzip -f 'port 80' -b $[ 1024 * 1024 ]
More details about tracesplit (and libtrace) can be found at http://www.wand.net.nz/trac/libtrace/wiki/UserDocumentation
SEE ALSO libtrace(3), tracemerge(1), tracefilter(1), traceconvert(1), tracesplit_dir(1), tracereport(1), tracertstats(1), tracestats(1), tracepkt-
dump(1), traceanon(1), tracesummary(1), tracereplay(1), tracediff(1), traceends(1), tracetopends(1)AUTHORS
Perry Lorier <email@example.com>
tracesplit (libtrace) January 2011 TRACESPLIT(1)
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find . \( -name "*.txt" -o -name "*.tag" \)
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