These Vortex command-line options are primarily for tracing and debugging.
-x [N]Trap signals according to bit flags in integer
<TRAP>directive (here). The default trap value is
0x83. The default for
Nif unspecified is
-tracesql [n]Debugging: print informational,
<putmsg>-capturable messages giving the exact SQL statements executed and their parameters. This is useful when debugging a complex script that constructs its SQL statements on the fly from various sources. Added in version 2.6.936400000 19990903. See also the
sqlcpfunction (here), and the
<TRACESQL>directive (here) for details on what values can be set. Specify multiple times for increased verbosity; in version 3.01.980200000 20010122 and later, an optional numeric argument
nmay be given instead.
-tracekdbf [file|n]Debugging: trace KDBF calls. Takes an optional file or numeric argument. Unsupported/internal use. Added in version 3.01.983500000 20010301.
-traceidx [n]Debugging: trace socket, DNS or Metamorph index calls. Use multiple times for increased verbosity. For tech support. See the same-name settings in the
urlcp(here) functions for details. Added in version 3.0.948700000 20000124.
-tracepipe nDebugging: trace pipe calls. See the same-name setting under
vxcp(here) for details.
-tracelib nDebugging: trace shared lib calls. Flags subject to change in a future release. Currently defined values (bit-wise ORed):
0x2: Trace library search and loading
0x4: Trace symbol lookup
-tracealarm nDebugging: trace alarm calls. Added in version 5.01.1106770783 20050126. Value is a bitwise OR of any of the following flags:
TX... alarms fired
-timePrint user, system and real time used to standard error upon exit. Useful for timing a script or SQL statement.
-conf fileDeprecated option; use
--texis-conf=fileinstead. Added in version 3.01.979600000 20010115.