This appendix describes procedures for troubleshooting your application of the Geographic Edition framework.
This appendix contains the following sections:
This section provides the following information about setting up logging and about problems that you might encounter with monitoring the Geographic Edition framework:
For information about logging, see Viewing the Geographic Edition Log Messages.
Configure the logger file, /etc/cacao/instances/default/private/logger.properties, as follows depending on the cmass messages you want logged:
To select only WARNING and SEVERE messages, the first line of the file should read as follows:
To enable all geocontrol messages, the second line of the file should read as follows:
The enabled traces are copied to the /var/cacao/instances/default/logs/cacao.0 file.
If you want to avoid too detailed messages in your log file from the gcr agent, use entries similar to the following in your /etc/cacao/instances/default/private/logger.properties logger file:
com.sun.cluster.level=WARNING com.sun.cluster.agent.geocontrol.gcr.level=INFO com.sun.cluster.agent.geocontrol.level=ALL
This property file is updated each time you reinstall the SUNWscmasa package.
To avoid jmx remote traces add the following lines to the beginning of your logger.properties file:
javax.management.remote.level=OFF com.sun.jmx.remote.level=OFF java.io.level=OFF