In the Options box, use the Trace records section to set the required tracing level, the optional information to write for each trace record and whether or not to only trace requests from a specific IP.
Select the level of tracing required from the drop down list.
Trace records with a value of 0 – BW_TRACE_ALWAYS – are always produced regardless of the trace level. As you increase the trace level more trace records are produced.
Select the check boxes to control the data content of each trace record.
The trace record output is also affected by the oik action options
Count action hooks and filters checkbox setting.
When none of the boxes are checked the trace record produced at trace startup will be like this, but on one line:
wp-content/plugins/oik-bwtrace/includes/ class-BW-trace-controller.php(408:0) BW_trace_controller::trace_startup(1) 0 16 Trace level: Information level - standard 16
When all boxes are checked the trace record will be like this:
C:\apache\htdocs\wordpress\wp-content\plugins\oik-bwtrace\includes\ class-BW-trace-controller.php(408:0) BW_trace_controller::trace_startup(1) 1 0 2019-12-03T22:28:46+00:00 0.000000 0.000000 cf! 16 1 0 2097152/2097152 256M F=188 Trace level: Information level - standard 16
Broken down this record shows
Trace specific IP
If you want to trace requests from a specific IP then you can enter this value in the
Trace specific IP field of the Trace records box.
This can be useful when tracing a staging or live site.