The commandlog ASCII text file contains records of selected Oracle Solaris Cluster commands that are executed in a cluster. The logging of commands starts automatically when you set up the cluster and ends when you shut down the cluster.
Starting in the Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.4 release, by default the commandlog file is readable and writable only by the root user.
Commands that are not logged in this file include those that display the configuration and current state of the cluster. Commands that are logged in this file include those that configure and change the current state of the cluster, as follows:
Each record in the commandlog file contains the following information:
Date and timestamp
Host name from the which the command was executed
Process ID of the command
ID of the user who executed the command
Command that the user executed, including all options and operands
Exit status or signal of the executed command
By default, the commandlog file is regularly archived at the end of every week. Oracle Solaris Cluster maintains up to eight previously archived commandlog files on each cluster node at any given time.
The following example shows the contents of a typical /var/cluster/logs/commandlog file:
11/11/2011 09:43:36 phys-schost-1 5758 root START - clrg add "app-sa-1" 11/11/2011 09:43:36 phys-schost-1 5758 root END 0 11/11/2011 09:43:36 phys-schost-1 5760 root START - clrg set -y "RG_description=Department Shared Address RG" "app-sa-1" 11/11/2011 09:43:37 phys-schost-1 5760 root END 0 11/11/2011 09:44:15 phys-schost-1 5810 root START - clrg online "app-sa-1" 11/11/2011 09:44:15 phys-schost-1 5810 root END 0 11/11/2011 09:44:19 phys-schost-1 5222 root END -20988320 12/02/2011 14:37:21 phys-schost-1 5542 jbloggs START - clrg -c -g "app-sa-1" -y "RG_description=Joe Bloggs Shared Address RG" 12/02/2011 14:37:22 phys-schost-1 5542 jbloggs END 0
See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes: