avbdiagnose(1) General Commands Manual avbdiagnose(1)
avbdiagnose – diagnostic tool for AVB.
The avbdiagnose tool is used to capture a snapshot of the current AVB
system state and help diagnose common issues with AVB.
avbdiagnose looks for the system to determine that it actually has AVB
capable interfaces and that at least one of these has been enabled.
avbdiagnose will produce a number of warnings which may not be errors
depending on the setup of the system. Things such as missing local or
remote attributes for MSRP will be flagged as a warning but is not an error
if the Mac is not sourcing or sinking streams as appropriate for the
avbdiagnose will flag potential errors and warnings and suggest filing a
radar report at http://bugreporter.apple.com. Please attach the generated
file at /tmp/avbdiagnose-<date>.bz2 to the bug report. An error or warning
report may be the result of a network device. Please use your best
judgement before filing the bug report.
The following options are available:
Disable the reading of the AVDECC AEM from the device and archiving it
in the result.
Disable dumping of the state of the AVB audio driver device tree.
Disabled reading of and dumping the ACMP state of the entities.
Enable sending of the AVDECC AECP AEM GET_STREAM_INFO command to each
of the possible stream sources and sinks and including in the info
Enable sending of the AVDECC AECP AEM GET_COUNTER command to each of
the possible stream sources and sinks and including in the info dump.
Disable dumping of the state of the AVB info tree.
Disable dumping of the state of the Time Sync info tree.
Disable revealing of the output file in Finder.
/tmp/avbdiagnose-<date>.bz2 output The information
gathered by avbdiagnose
including the command line
output, an ioreg dump and the
current system.log and
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