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Checking Historical Workload Logs

Checking Historical Workload Logs

Checking Historical Workload Logs

I am attempting to determine whether or not a job ran on 11/23, however, as far as I can tell, the logs only go back to 11/24.  I am looking in /unicenter/sche/log/servername, but I'm not sure if there are any more logs that I can check or if there is some other way to query whether or not the job in question ran that particular day.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.



RE: Checking Historical Workload Logs

What about looking at the main console logs on your workload management server (opr/logs)? If the job ran, you should see a start - complete message

RE: Checking Historical Workload Logs


I'm not sure what logs you are referring to?  The only logs that I am aware of reside in /unicenter/sche/log/servername.  If there is another location where the logs are stored, can you please provide the full pathname?



RE: Checking Historical Workload Logs

I mean on the workload server.
If you are running workload then you should / may also have event management running on the same server.
The logs that I am on about are the main console logs that are used by event management (and workload and everything else).
/unicenter/opr/logs should be the path to the logs files.
And there will be lots of files with the date as the file extension. like this - oplog.20030920

You can view these using "more" but there will be lots of strange chars flying around.

Best to view them from an admin client using "caugui conlog".
You can verify whether event management is installed and running by running "unifstat" which is probably in /unicenter/bin
And you should see a line like this:
CA-Event Manager              18221  running

RE: Checking Historical Workload Logs

Thanks, Jonno!!  I wasn't aware that those logs even existed as I am new to Workload.  I actually used the command strings to display the logs which works well.  Thanks again for your help.  I really appreciate it.


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