How to share Traces
This guide shows you how to see a list of the traces you have generated, how to store a trace in a file you can give to another person and how to load a trace file into your local Kolo database.
How to view a list of your traces
To view a list of all traces in your Kolo database, use the
kolo trace list command:
$ kolo trace list trc_01GGCC4XNWHRA9F3FRYGMW112E at 2022-10-27 09:47:15.603 (308.2 KB) trc_01GGCDEM69YCVA8RZM6P4FMZJS at 2022-10-27 09:47:55.902 (279.0 KB) trc_01GGCDR19JBEF03KMNF6Q3KC7H at 2022-10-27 09:53:03.285 (874.0 KB)
You will see a list of trace ids and the time each trace was stored in your Kolo database.
How to dump a specific trace to a file
To dump a trace to a file, use the
kolo trace dump command:
$ kolo trace dump --file my-trace.json trc_01GGCDEM69YCVA8RZM6P4FMZJS
This will write the trace to the file
my-trace.json in the current directory. You can now give this trace file to another person.
How to load a trace from a trace file
To load a trace from a file, say
trace.json, use the
kolo trace load command:
$ kolo trace load my-trace.json
You can now view the trace in VSCode.