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log(1m)								       log(1m)

       log  -  A  dcecp	 object	 that manages serviceability routing and debug

       log help [operation | -verbose]

       log list {RPC_server_namespace_entry | string_binding_to_server} [-comp

       log   modify  {RPC_server_namespace_entry  |  string_binding_to_server}
       -change {routing_specifications | debug_routing_specifications}

       log operations

       log  show   {RPC_server_namespace_entry	 |   string_binding_to_server}

       Specifies  the  namespace  entry	 of  the  target server.  For example,
       /.:/hosts/host_name/dts-entity is the name of the DTS server.  The name
       of  the	log operation for which to display help information.  A remote
       procedure call (RPC) string binding that describes the target  server's
       network	location.   The	 value	has the form of an RPC string binding,
       without an object Universal  Unique  Identifier	(UUID).	  The  binding
       information  contains  an  RPC protocol, a network address, and an end‐
       point within [] (brackets), in one of the  two  following  forms:  rpc-


       The  log	 object	 represents the current state of message routing for a
       given server.  It supports routing for both  serviceability  and	 debug
       messages.   Debug  routing  may	be removed from production environment
       servers while still being used by application servers.

       The log command works on both local and remote servers. You  can	 iden‐
       tify  the  target  server by supplying either the server's entry in the
       namespace or a fully bound string binding.  You	can  specify  multiple
       target  servers	as  a  space-separated list.  When specifying multiple
       servers, you can mix the namespace entry and string binding formats  in
       the same list.

   log help
       Returns	help information about the log object and its operations.  The
       syntax is as follows: log help [operation | -verbose]


       Displays detailed information about the log object.

       Used without an argument or option, the log help command returns	 brief
       information  about each log operation.  The optional operation argument
       is the name of an operation about which you want detailed  information.
       Alternatively, you can use the -verbose option for more detailed infor‐
       mation about the log object itself.

       Privileges Required

       No special privileges are needed to use the log help command.


       dcecp> log help list		   Returns  serviceability  components
       registered  by  a  server.   modify		Changes serviceability
       routing specifications of a server.  show		 Returns  ser‐
       viceability  routing settings for a server.  help		Prints
       a summary of command-line options.  operations	       Returns a  list
       of the valid operations for this command.  dcecp>

   log list
       Returns	a  list	 of serviceability components registered by the target
       server.	The syntax is as follows: log list {RPC_server_namespace_entry
       | string_binding_to_server} [-comp component_name_list]


       A  list	of  one	 or  more DCE serviceability component names for which
       associated subcomponents should be returned.

       If you specify more than one server, the returned lists for the	second
       and  subsequent	servers	 are concatenated to the returned list for the
       first server.

       The -comp option specifies a space-separated list of DCE serviceability
       component  names.  For each named component, the command returns a list
       of the associated subcomponents.	 For each subcomponent	in  the	 list,
       the  command  displays  its  name, its level, and its description.  The
       order of the component names is arbitrary.  If you  specify  more  than
       one component name, the resulting subcomponent lists are concatenated.

       Privileges Required

       No special privileges are needed to use the log list command.


       dcecp>  log  list  /.:/hosts/goober/cds-server  {svc  cds  dts rpc sec}

       dcecp> log  list	 /.:/hosts/goober/cds-server  -comp  dts  {general   0
       "General	 server	 administration"}  {events    0	  "Events received and
       acted upon"} {arith    0	 "Math operations"} {ctlmsgs  0	 "Control mes‐
       sages received"} {msgs	  0  "Messages received"} {states   0  "Server
       state transitions"} {threads  0	 "Thread  interactions"}  {config    0
       "Server/cell  configuration"}  {sync	0  "Server sync interactions"}

   log modify
       Sets message routing specifications for one or more specified  servers.
       The  syntax  is	as  follows:  log modify {RPC_server_namespace_entry |
       string_binding_to_server} -change {routing_specifications | debug_rout‐


       Specifies  the  routing	specifications	(serviceability	 or  debug) to

       The -change option specifies the routing	 specifications	 you  want  to
       change.	There is a fixed, well-known set of routing defaults.  You can
       change these defaults, but you cannot add new routings or remove exist‐
       ing  routings.	Routing	 is  always  set  on a per-server basis and is
       recorded in the log object for each server.  This operation returns  an
       empty string on success.

       Serviceability  and  debug messages can be written to any of the normal
       output destinations.  You can specify routing  for  serviceability  and
       debug  messages	in  any	 of  the following ways: Through the dcecp log
       object, if the server supports the remote serviceability	 interface  By
       the  contents of the dce-local-path/svc/routing file By the contents of
       an environment variable

       For a complete discussion of the ways in which you can specify routings
       for  serviceability and debug messages, refer to the svcroute(5) refer‐
       ence page.

       Privileges Required

       The privileges are determined by what the  server  allows  for  permis‐


       dcecp>  log modify /.:/tserver -change {{FATAL TEXTFILE /dev/console} \
       >   {ERROR   TEXTFILE	/tmp/timop_errors.5.100}    {NOTICE    BINFILE
       /tmp/timop_log%ld }} dcecp>

   log operations
       Returns a list of the operations supported by the log object.  The syn‐
       tax is as follows: log operations

       The list of available operations is in alphabetical  order  except  for
       help and operations, which are listed last.

       Privileges Required

       No special privileges are needed to use the log operations command.


       dcecp> log operations list modify show help operations dcecp>

   log show
       Returns	a  list	 describing  the serviceability routing settings for a
       server.	The syntax is as follows: log show {RPC_server_namespace_entry
       | string_binding_to_server} [-debug]


       Returns	debug routing settings rather than serviceability routing set‐

       If you specify more than one server, the returned routings for the sec‐
       ond  and	 subsequent  servers are concatenated to the returned routings
       for the first server.  The order of the returned	 routing  settings  is

       By  default the operation returns serviceability routing settings.  Use
       the -debug option to return debug routing settings.  Debug routing set‐
       tings  are not available on servers for which debugging has been turned
       off (production servers, for example).

       Privileges Required

       No special privileges are needed to use the log show command.


       dcecp>  log  show  /.../bigred/hosts/acme/cds-clerk  {ERROR  STDERR  -}
       {FATAL FILE /dev/console} {WARNING FILE /tmp/warnings.log} dcecp>

       Commands: dcecp(1m)

       Files: svcroute(5).


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