Log files are generated for all Completed concurrent requests.
There are three types of log files:
The Internal Concurrent Manager Log file also records the time that each concurrent manager is started, and when each process monitor session or pmon cycle is initiated. During each pmon cycle, the Internal Concurrent Manager verifies the correct operation of each defined concurrent manager.
As System Administrator, you can use the Concurrent Requests and Administer Concurrent Program windows to view request and manager log files.
For example, Oracle General Ledger files are located using a path variable called $GL_TOP/$APPLLOG, or $APPLCSF/$APPLLOG, if the APPLCSF variable is set.
The complete path name to access an Oracle Applications log file depends on the operating system you are using. However, there are a number of file name conventions that are standard across all platforms.
The concurrent manager log file naming convention in Unix is wn.mgr, where n is a number with up to 3 digits.
For most platforms, n is the Concurrent Process ID number assigned to the concurrent manager by the Internal Concurrent Manager, and is found in the Internal Concurrent Manager log file.
The log file name for the Internal Concurrent Manager is specified when you use the STARTMGR command from the operating system to start the concurrent managers.
See: Controlling the Internal Concurrent Manager from the Operating System