Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of SupportedTraceFormats


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02/27/07 11:02:33 (15 years ago)
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  • SupportedTraceFormats

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    1 = Supported Formats =
    2 Libtrace supports the following trace capture and storage formats:
     1== Supported Input Formats ==
     2Libtrace supports reading from the following trace capture and storage formats:
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    44=== Live Capture ===
     
    1616 * WTF (WAG Trace Format) traces
    1717
     18== Supported Output Formats ==
     19In addition, libtrace can write traces in the following formats:
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     21 * pcap traces
     22 * ERF (Extensible Record Format) traces
     23 * WTF (WAG Trace Format) traces
     24 * pcap interfaces
     25 * Native Linux PF_PACKET interfaces
     26
     27Note that libtrace does not include support for writing packets to a network via the RT protocol. Documentation of the RT protocol can be found [wiki:RTProtocol here] which
     28should enable programmers to write their own RT server.
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     30Also, currently there is no support for writing to native BSD BPF interfaces but this may be added in a future version of libtrace.
     31
    1832== Format URIs ==
    1933Libtrace input and output sources are specified using URIs which describe both the format and location of the trace, interface or device in question.
     
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    2236 '''Live pcap interface'''::
    23   pcap:<interface>
     37  pcapint:<interface>
    2438 '''pcap trace file'''::
    2539  pcapfile:<filename>