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Excerpt from:   bashref.info   >>   Bash Variables   >>   BASH_XTRACEFD variable


If set to an integer corresponding to a valid file descriptor, Bash
will write the trace output generated when 'set -x' is enabled to
that file descriptor. This allows tracing output to be separated
from diagnostic and error messages. The file descriptor is closed
when 'BASH_XTRACEFD' is unset or assigned a new value. Unsetting
'BASH_XTRACEFD' or assigning it the empty string causes the trace
output to be sent to the standard error. Note that setting
'BASH_XTRACEFD' to 2 (the standard error file descriptor) and then
unsetting it will result in the standard error being closed.


Daily updated index of the presence and value of this variable for each model. Last update: 2020-10-23 03:52 GMT.
Showing all models using this variable. Click any column header (click-wait-click) to sort the list by the respective data.
The (main/scrpn/arm/atom) label in the Model column shows which CPU is meant for models with multiple Linux instances.
Note that this list is merged from Firmware-Scans of all AVM currently has online for a model, including Downgrades and Labor-Files.
If the 'Value' column contains '<comp>' the variable is computed at runtime. '<empty>' means the variable is present but empty (rare).
Multiple values typically show a conditional static assignment or different values in different firmware.

Model Value Origin Firmw
0 models use this variable


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