abrt-backtrace (1) - Linux Manuals
abrt-backtrace: a backtrace analyzer for abrt
NAMEabrt-backtrace - a backtrace analyzer for abrt
SYNOPSISabrt-backtrace [option]... [FILE]
DESCRIPTIONabrt-backtrace is a command line tool that analyzes backtraces produced by GDB and provides their textual representation useful for crash duplication detection.
By default, abrt-backtrace prints the backtrace tree created by parsing the input file.
OPTIONSBasic startup options
- -V, --version
- Displays version of abrt-backtrace.
- -?, --help
Print a help message describing all of abrt-backtrace’s command-line options.
- -i, --independent
Prints independent backtrace fallback. The "independent backtrace"
is used as a fallback internal representation of backtrace
when the internal parser fails to process the input due to
- -n, --single-thread
- Removes all threads except the one that caused the crash from the internal representation of the backtrace.
- -d=N, --frame-depth=N
- Display only the top N frames in every thread. Frames that are a part of system error handling do not count to the N. So more than N frames can be displayed, but N of them are useful for examination. N must be larger than 1.
- -r, --remove-exit-handlers
- Do not display exit handlers and frames that comes after them in the backtrace.
- -m, --remove-noncrash-frames
- Do not display frames known as not causing the crash, but which are a common part of backtraces.
- -a, --rate
- Print backtrace rating from 0 to 4.
- -c, --crash-function
- Print crash function if it's successfully detected.
- -p, --debug-parser
- Prints debug information when parsing the backtrace.
- -s, --debug-scanner
Prints debug information when scanning the input file for the parser.