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Monitoring Server Component Task State
Monitor the state of Siebel Server component tasks using the Server Manager GUI or the Server Manager command-line interface program (srvrmgr).
For details on Siebel Server component task states, see About Siebel Server Task States.
For information on monitoring other task run-time operations, see Monitoring Server Component Task Status.
Monitoring Server Component Task State Using Server Manager GUI
Perform the following procedure to monitor tasks using Server Manager GUI.
To monitor tasks on Server Manager GUI
- Navigate to the Administration - Server Management screen, then the Tasks view.
- In the Tasks list, select the task of interest.
- Review the state of the selected task by viewing the State (Icon), State, and Status fields.
The Tasks view lists tasks from all Siebel Servers operating in the Siebel Enterprise Server. To isolate tasks on a particular Siebel Server, see Monitoring Siebel Server Tasks. To isolate tasks for a particular Siebel Server component, see Monitoring Siebel Server Component Tasks.
NOTE: You cannot sort tasks from different Siebel Servers across the enterprise.
Figure 8 shows an example of monitoring Siebel Server component tasks from the Tasks view.
Figure 8. Example of Siebel Server Component Task View
Monitoring Server Component Task State Using the srvrmgr Command-Line Interface
Use the following procedure to monitor server component task state using the srvrmgr command-line interface.
To monitor server component task state using srvrmgr command-line interface
- At the srvrmgr program prompt, enter:
For details on starting, running, and configuring the srvrmgr program, see Siebel System Administration Guide.
Monitoring Server Component Tasks That Have Exited in Error
Use the following procedure to monitor server component tasks that have exited in error.
To monitor server component tasks that have exited in error
- Make sure that the SvrTaskPersist component (which belongs to the SystemAux component group) is enabled.
- Run an SQL statement to query tasks that exit in error for a specific table.
For example, you might use the following query to return tasks with errors from the S_SRM_TASK_HIST table:
select CREATED, SRVR_PROC_ID_VAL, SRVR_LOGFILE_NAME, SRVR_STATUS
All tasks that exited in error are returned by the SQL statement with the status set to ERROR.