|Oracle9i OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows
Release 1 (9.0.1) for Windows
Part Number A90371-01
Administering an OLAP Service, 10 of 15
OLAP Services sends information to several log files to help you monitor operations and troubleshoot any problems.
You can view the following logs through Instance Manager:
OLAPEvent.logis written. Each OLAP service must have its own unique log path.
OLAPEvent.logis cleared when a service restarts or whether it retains all of the information from startup to shutdown from previous executions of the service.
The OLAP Service log is stored in a text file named
You can use a text editor or other utility to view the following additional logs:
logdirectory of Oracle home.
olap\logdirectory of Oracle home when the SeparateXCAEventLog parameter (located on the I/O Management sheet) is set to YES.
To view a log file through Instance Manager, follow these steps.
You see the list of log files.
In the following figure, the General page of the Logs sheet displays the OLAP Service log file.
For more information about log files, search for these topics in Oracle Enterprise Manager Help:
To learn about performing these tasks in a command-line or batch mode, refer to "Command-line Administration". In OLAP Service Manager, get help on the following commands: