A reference to our site, upstreamdev.org would be nice perhaps?
On 12/8/06, Karl Goetz <kamping_kaiser@...> wrote:
> Ryan Zeigler wrote:
> > That looks good, the only problem is, depending on what log modules are
> > shipped, thos categories may or may not be present. The actually
> > categories are determined at runtime based on what modules are
> Thanks for the feedback, i have made a few changes to reflect it, along
> with a few other bits and pieces.
> update attached,
> > Ryan
> > On Friday 08 December 2006 08:04, Karl Goetz wrote:
> >> hi all
> >> Now with switches!
> >> Still, feedback welcome :)
> >> kk
> Karl Goetz
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> Upstream - A tool that allows users to send in logs and
> troubleshooting data to support personnel.
> upstream yourname "Your problem description" [options]
> yourname - who the pastebin/problem is from
> Your problem description - a short text identifying whats wrong
> (EG "apt failing to update"). Your problem description must be inside double
> options - which area to collect data for
> If no arguments are supplied, Upstream will go in to wizard mode.
> -h, --help Show this help message and exit
> One of the following is required.
> --network Send all log modules in the network
> --apt Send all log modules in the apt
> --pci Send all log modules in the pci
> --memory Send all log modules in the memory
> --disk Send all log modules in the disk
> --cpu Send all log modules in the cpu
> --kernel Send all log modules in the kernel
> --video Send all log modules in the video
> --log=LOG Choose a specific a log module to use
> Only one
> --log= may be used per run of Upstream
> --pastebin=PASTEBIN Specify a pastebin module to use.
> These are the modules that can be loaded using --log= . Not all
> these modules may be available on your system.
> Upstream is a collection of tools that allow users to send in system
> specific log and troubleshooting data to support personnel.
> If you prefer, you can aquire a frontend for Upstream, Canoe (GTK) or
> Kayak (QT).
> Upstream aims to simplify the support cycle and make it more efficient.
> One of the main problems that support staff face when helping people via IRC
> or mailing lists is getting user log files across. Often this process is
> time consuming, and many new users may even be unable to find / c these
> logs. Occasionally, users may accidentally paste an entire log file in to an
> IRC channel, earning them a ban, and confusing them in the process.
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