Enabling and Disabling DSTrace Flags
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Novell UK Ltd.
18 Oct 2000
You can enable or disable DSTrace Flags by using one of the following characters:
The plus (+) character enables a DSTrace flag.
The pipe (|) character enables a DSTrace flag.
The minus, or dash (-) character disables a DSTrace flag.
The ampersand (&)character disables a DSTrace flag.
The left parenthesis (( ) character exclusively enables one DSTrace flag while simultaneously disabling all currently-enabled DSTrace flags. When it's used, this character requires that the right parenthesis be specified after the single DSTrace flag.
In NDS eDirectory 8.5, the iMonitor utility provides a Web-based interface that helps you enable and disable the DSTrace options.
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