ABRT

Section: ABRT Manual (1)
Updated: 02/07/2020
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NAME

abrt - Manage problems handled by ABRT  

SYNOPSIS

abrt [OPTIONS...] SUBCOMMAND [MATCH]  

OPTIONS

-a,--auth

Authenticate and show all problems on this machine

-v,--version

Show program's version number and exit

-h,--help

Show help message
 

SUBCOMMANDS

list

List problems

info

Print information about a problem

report

Report problem

remove

Remove problem

backtrace

Show backtrace of a problem

retrace

Generate backtrace from coredump

gdb

Run GDB (GNU Project debugger) against a problem

debuginfo-install

Install required debuginfo packages for given problem

status

Print count of the recent crashes

Use abrt help SUBCOMMAND for detailed list of options for selected subcommand.  

MATCHING

Subcommands requiring single problem like info or backtrace will use the last problem that happened on your system unless MATCH is specified.

MATCH can be either component name, short hash (from list subcommand) or combination of both in form <component>@<hash>  

EXAMPLES

List all problems handled by ABRT

$ abrt list

List problems with built-in format

$ abrt list --pretty=oneline

List problems with custom format

$ abrt list --fmt '{count}x {short_id} {what}'

Display detailed information about a problem

$ abrt info --pretty full kernel

Install debuginfo packages and run GDB against last problem

$ abrt gdb --debuginfo-install

Generate backtrace from last problem's coredump and generated detailed mail report

$ abrt retrace
$ abrt info --pretty email
 

FORMATTING

Fields usable for custom formatting

{what}

either component name or executable

{count}

number of occurrences

{time}

time of the last occurrence

{short_id}

short hash

{uid}

user ID

{username}

username

{uid_username}

combination of the above two fields

{path}

full path to problem data directory

{package}

affected package

{cmdline}

command line used to start an application
 

AUTHORS

• ABRT team


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
OPTIONS
SUBCOMMANDS
MATCHING
EXAMPLES
FORMATTING
AUTHORS
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