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logMerger utility to merge Business Transaction Management system service log files (logdir) for analysis or archiving. You can use the
-config flag to load the utility options from a named log merger configuration file. Command line options will override options defined in a configuration file.
The log merger configuration file is described after the discussion of the
logMerger -config config_file_name |-dir directory|-url url [-username username -password password] [-output output_file_name] [-overwrite true|false] [-format format_pattern] [[-from start_time -to end_time]|[-last number_of_hours]] [-loggerName logger_name] [-loggerLevel level|level+] [-className class_name] [-methodName method_name] [-userName user_name] [-V]
|-config||Load options from the named configuration file. Command line options override options defined in the configuration file. For an example of a
|-dir||Directory that contains Business Transaction Management logdir directory you want to merge. The
|-url||URL of the running Business Transaction Management service whose logdir you want to merge, with the inclusion of the user credentials required to access the service. The
Note: If you want to merge logging from multiple service URLs that require different username and password credentials for access to each service, you must use a logMerger configuration file.
|-username||The username credential for access to the Business Transaction Management service associated with the url option.
Note: The -username flag is different from the -userName flag described below; the two flag names are case-sensitive.
|-password||The password credential for access to the Business Transaction Management service associated with the url option.|
|-output||Specifies where to save the merged result. The logMerger utility will exit without overwriting if the output file already exists, unless the -overwrite option has a value of "true".
If no output option is specified, the resulting output file with be written to the directory from which the logMerger utility was called, with a default value of "logmerger_<date>_<time>.log".
|-format||Specify the output format of each log entry in the merged result. Possible format tokens include log entry properties:
and four more special tokens:
Each format token is separated by a plus sign '+'.
There is always an End of Line character after each log entry is output.
Default format pattern is:
|-from||Merge log entries with timestamp later than start_time.
Absence of this option means no start time limit unless -last option is specified.
Use time format of "MM/dd/yy HH:mm:ss". For example: "10/05/06 00:00:01"
|-to||Merge log entries with timestamp earlier than end_time.
Absence of this option means no end time limit.
Use time format of "MM/dd/yy HH:mm:ss". For example: "10/05/06 17:21:57"
|-last||Merge log entries from last number of hours.
This option is ignored if -from or -to is specified.
|-loggerName||Merge only log entries generated by the logger with logger_name.|
|-loggerLevel||If only level is specified, then merge log entries with the specified logger level.
If the level+ is specified, then merge log entries with any level equal to or higher than the specified level.
|-className||Merge only log entries generated by the class with class_name.|
|-methodName||Merge only log entries generated by the method with method_name.|
|-userName||Merge only log entries generated by the user with user_name.
|-V||Display version information for the utility and exit.|
The following example collects log entries under the server
\BTM_INSTALL_DIR\btmstorage directory (and all sub-directories below it), sends them to an output file named
BTMLoggingOutputTo10_05_06, the overwrite option is set to
true, all entries with a loggerLevel of
INFO or higher (
SEVERE) will be collected, with multiple format options, and a date and time range over two-and-one-half days:
logMerger -dir "C:\BTM_INSTALL_DIR\btmstorage" -output BTMloggingOutputTo10_05_06 -overwrite true -loggerLevel INFO+ -format time+loggerName+userName+message+eol -from "10/03/06 00:00:01" -to "10/05/06 12:00:00"
The following example collects log entries under the local machine's directories
BTM_INSTALL_DIR\btmstorage\btmtransaction, sends the entries to an output file named
BTMuiNtransactionLoggingOutLast24, the overwrite option is set to true, all entries with a loggerLevel of
INFO will be collected, with multiple format options, the utility collects all logging entries generated by the action of a user with the name
SalesOpsManager that have occurred over the last 24 hours.
logMerger -dir "C:\BTM_INSTALL_DIR\btmstorage\btmui" -dir "C:\BTM_INSTALL_DIR\btmstorage\btmtransaction" -output BTMuiNtransactionLoggingOutLast24 -overwrite true -loggerLevel INFO -format time+userName+messgae -userName SalesOpsManager -last 24
The following example collects log entries from three URLs:
http://remoteServer1:8080/btmcentral/sphere http://remoteServer1:8080/btmcentral/sphere http://remoteServer1:8080/btmcentral/sphere
The user and password credentials to access these service URLs is the same (otherwise, you must use a configuration file). The log entries are sent to an output file named
remoteServiceOutputFrom10_13_06, all entries with a loggerLevel of
INFO or higher (
SEVERE) are collected, with multiple format options, and a date range from one second after midnight on 10/13/06.
logMerger -url "http://remoteServer1:8080/btmcentral/sphere" -url "http://remoteServer2:8080/btmcentral/container" -url "http://remoteServer1:8080/btmcentral/agent" -username BTMAdminUser -password BTMAdminUserPwd -output remoteServiceOutputFrom10_13_06 -loggerLevel INFO+ -format time+message+eol -from "00:00:01 10/13/06"
The following example uses settings from within a user-defined LogMerger configuration file named
myLogMergerConfigFile.xml. Use this option when you frequently use
logMerger to collect the same type of information. You can add options to the command line to overwrite the options defined in the configuration file.
logMerger -config myLogMergerConfigFile.xml
If you want to encrypt the passwords for accessing remote service URLs via the configuration file, you can use the
The attributes defined in the configuration file, which are described in the following subsections, are enclosed in the following:
<ap:logmerger xmlns:ap="http://namespace.amberpoint.com/amf" debug="false"> . . . </ap:logmerger>
<ap:sources> <ap:source dir="C:/Program Files/AmberPoint/SOAManagementSystem/ server/amberpoint"/> <ap:source url="http://remoteServerHost1:7001/apcentral/sphere" username="SMSUser1" password="SMSUserPwd1"/> <ap:source url="http://remoteServerHost2:7001/apcontainer/container" username="SMSUser2" password="SMSUserPwd2"/> <ap:source url="http://remoteServerHost3:7001/eProxy/agent/agent" username="SMSUser3" password="SMSUserPwd3"/> <ap:source url="http://remoteServerHost1:8080/apcentral/sphere" username="ALSMUser1" password="ALSMUserPwd1"/> </ap:sources>
You can provide multiple source
dir entries. Each source directory must be a separate entry.
dir: Directory that contains the Business Transaction Management logdir directory you want to merge. The
logMerger utility searches all subdirectories of the specified directory for logdir directories.
You can provide multiple source URL entries. Each source URL must be a separate entry.
url: URL of running Business Transaction Management service. This utility will communicate with the service on this URL using the user credentials specified by the
username: username to access the Business Transaction Management service
password: password to access the Business Transaction Management service
<ap:filter from="10/02/06 09:00:00" to="10/02/06 11:59:00" last="24" loggerName="com.amberpoint.services.lifecycle.initialize" loggerLevel="INFO+" className="com.amberpoint.util.soa.services.urservice.UrServiceImpl" methodName="createServices" userName="BTMdministrator"
The filter attributes are used to query the log history for messages that contain an exact match of all attributes.
For example, filter attributes of last="24" loggerLevel="INFO" will merge INFO messages logged within the last 24 hours.
If no filter options are specified, then all log messages will be included.
from: log entries with a timestamp later than "from" will be included. Absence of this attribute means no start time limit unless "last" attribute is specified.
Use time format of "MM/dd/yy HH:mm:ss". E.g. from="12/25/05 10:34:25"
to: log entries with a timestamp earlier than "to" will be included. Absence of this attribute means no end time limit.
Use time format of "MM/dd/yy HH:mm:ss". E.g. to="12/25/05 10:34:25"
last: last number of hours of log entries will be included. this attribute is ignored if "from" or "to" is specified.
loggerName: only log entries generated by the named logger attribute will be included.
loggerLevel: this attribute accepts values in two formats: level or level+.
If level is specified, only log entries with the specified logger level will be included.
If level+ is specified, log entries with a level equal to or higher than the specified level will be included.
The following loggerLevel attribute values are listed in order from highest to lowest:
className: only log entries generated by the specified class will be included.
methodName: only log entries generated by the specified method will be included.
userName: only log entries generated by the specified user will be included.
< <ap:output file="c:\temp\testmerger.log" overwrite="true" format="time+logName+loggerName+eol+loggerLevel+message"/>
file: where the merged log file will be saved.
The LogMerger utility will stop processing if the output file already exists, unless the overwrite attribute has a value of "true".
Absence of the
file attribute will save the merged log file to a new file named
overwrite: allows the utility to overwrite the file specified by the "file" attribute if it already exists. The default value of overwrite is "false".
format: defines the output format of each log entry in the merged result.
Possible format tokens include all log entry properties (attributes on logEntry node in log file).
Examples of log entry properties with values are below:
<logEntry entryId="1127753975442:0" time="Mon Sep 26 09:59:35 PDT 2005" entryType="1" dataSize="102" loggerName="com.amberpoint.agent.backplane.servlet.ServletDriver" loggerLevel="INFO" methodName="findOldStorageDirectory" className="com.amberpoint.agent.backplane.servlet.ServletDriver">
There are four additional special tokens:
message: the actual log message
logName: name of the log file that is stored in <logHeader>. The logHeader is used to identify the service that generates the log message.
eol: end of line character to separate text
tab: tab character to separate text
Each format token must be separated by a plus sign.
The LogMerger utility inserts an End of Line character after each log entry that is written to the output file.