Back in Windows based 4.x Call Manager you could use Windows Explorer to c:\Program Files\Cisco\Trace\CCM and find the traces in .txt format. But now with 7.1 you have limited access to the linux OS. Where are the trace files located and who best to view them? Thanks.
Trace files are not directly accessable from a shell environment or file share.
You can use RTMT to collect or view the trace files.
Please follow the instructions in the following link:
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