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You can decode previously captured trace data. You must have files available containing the captured trace, as well as any other files, such as configuration and images, that are needed to process and decode that trace data.
Once the trace data and other files are ready, you configure the headless command-line debugger to connect to the post-mortem debug configuration from the configuration database.
You can then inspect the state of the data at the time of the trace capture.
The basic steps for post-mortem debugging using the headless command-line debugger are: