enable tracing for a specific database connection
cc [flag ...] file ...
-kthread -leels [library] ...
int dbTrace(DBConn *conn, int level);
enables tracing for a specific database connection, or for
all database connections. When tracing is enabled, debugging
information is written to /etc/eels/logs/eelsd.log.
If a NULL connection is passed to this routine, then
debugging is enabled on the internal connection that
EELS maintains to the administrative database.
A NULL connection also causes the trace level to
be set on all subsequent connections that are made to
any EELS database. This provides a means of
setting a global trace level for all connections if
dbTrace is called at the begining of a program
that uses the EELS database abstraction layer.
(Input) A database connection that was returned from a
previous call to
(Input) A value between 0 and 4 with 0 being tracing disabled,
and 4 being the highest debugging level.
dbTrace always returns 0.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004