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logiles caa

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logiles caa

if I relocate a service to another server are there any logfiles where I can check if this relocate is succesfull or not?
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Respected Contributor

Re: logiles caa

Hi heer unix-be ;-)

You can find caa logfiles under
/var/cluster/caa/log

Rgrds

Joris
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Re: logiles caa

The following command will also show you caa events...

evmget -A -f "[name *.caa]" -t "@timestamp [@priority] @name @@]"

Enjoy, Dan
Dare Mighty Things....
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Re: logiles caa

Hi,

It depends upon the script file that you write when you define the service..

Check in

/var/cluster/caa/script/(servicename.scr)

In this file you should define..

CAALOGDIR="/var/cluster/caa/log"

then

LOG=$CAALOGDIR/(servicename.log)

export CAALOGDIR LOG

echo ""Start action script for service : ${svcName} \
`/bin/date +"%A %d %B %H:%M:%S"` "" >> ${LOG}

AND
if [[ $START_APPCMD1 != "" ]]
then
$START_APPCMD1 >> ${LOG}.$1
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
echo ""$svcName" start error"
exit 2
fi


hope that was usefull.

Regards,
Orrin
//Add this to "OnDomLoad" event