On each machine where a Identity Synchronization for Windows component is installed, the isw-machine_name/resources/WatchList.properties file enumerates the components that should run on that machine. The process.name[n] properties name the components that should be running.
On machines where the core component is installed, the WatchList.properties file includes entries for the Central Logger and the System Manager as follows:
process.name=Central Logger process.name=System Manager
On machines where the connectors are installed, the WatchList.properties file includes a separate entry for each connector as follows. The process.name property is the connector ID.
If the entries in the WatchList.properties file and the actively running processes are not the same, then restart the Identity Synchronization for Windows daemon or service.
If the WatchList.properties file contains too few a number of entries, for example only one connector entry even though two were installed, then examine the installation logs for possible installation failures. The location of the installation logs vary depending on your operating system as follows:
On Solaris, installation logs are written to /opt/SUNWisw
On Linux, installation logs are written to /var/opt/sun/isw/logs
On Windows, installation logs are written to the %TEMP% directory, which is a subdirectory of the Local Settings folder located under
C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator
On some Windows systems, such as Windows 2000 Advanced Server, the Local Settings folder is a hidden folder. The following procedures describes how to view hidden folders.