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Are there any system logs available that we can use to help ...


Justin Thomas 2

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You could report off of the edprint.log files:

FILEDEF edaprint DISK c:ibisrv82wfsedaprint.log

FILEDEF master DISK edaprint.mas

-RUN

-WRITE master FILENAME=edaprint, SUFFIX=FIX, $

-WRITE master SEGMENT=SEG01, SEGTYPE=S0, $

-WRITE master FIELDNAME=DATETIME, USAGE=A24, ACTUAL=A24, $

-WRITE master FIELDNAME=ITEM, USAGE=A2, ACTUAL=A2, $

-WRITE master FIELDNAME=ACTION, USAGE=A11, ACTUAL=A11, $

-WRITE master FIELDNAME=CODE, USAGE=A13, ACTUAL=A13, $

-WRITE master FIELDNAME=DESCRIPT, USAGE=A70, ACTUAL=A70, $

 

TABLE FILE edaprint

PRINT DATETIME ITEM ACTION CODE DESCRIPT

WHERE ACTION EQ 'processing'

END

 

 

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What we have done is add a logger to the monitor logs and written them to a table.

Its a bit difficult to read, but has CPU, response times, concurrency and much more.

Its frustrating that an old monitor report has been removed in later releases that (I think) worked off this data.

You could drill down to a period of time and get stats on what was going on.

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I tried creating log viewer it is not helpful because the log files will be renamed and new file will be created everyday and the log files will be deleted after 30 days. Resource Governance and Resource Analyzer will do the job. or you may need to write program to load the log file to DB then you can create a report.
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