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:: TRACELEVEL ::
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(only sysop, init.bcm)
Syntax: TRACEL(EVEL) [<n>]
(default: 1)

Without parameter the setting is displayed.

The parameter defines which system messages are added to "trace/syslog_r.bcm"
Following values for <n> are possible:

0   All system and error messages (#R, #L, #S, #F, #A) are saved
    (this may be very much, don't use it for long time).
1   All messages except #R are logged.
2   All error messages are logged (#S, #F, #A).
3   Only fatal error messages are logged (#F and #A).
4   Only messages are logged that cause a watchdog abort (#A)
    (only if watchdog is set from 4 to 7)
5   No system messages are logged (don't use this).

Explanation:
#R   (REPORT)   all report messages (user inputs, etc.)
#L   (LOG)      system messages (start, stop, etc.)
#S   (SERIOUS)  error messages without program abort
#F   (FATAL)    fatal error messages with program abort
#A   (ABORT)    error messages with a watchdog program abort
                (only if watchdog is set from 4 to 7)

System messages (#L, #S, #F, #A) are always added to file "trace/syslog.bcm".
The error messages are for programmers to find the bugs. You can use SLR and
SL commands for viewing system messages. You can delete "trace/syslog.bcm"
and "trace/syslog_r.bcm" if they are grown and take a huge part of harddisk.

See also HELP SLOG and HELP SLR

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