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Administering the Disaster Recovery Framework for Oracle® Solaris Cluster 4.4

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Updated: June 2019

Troubleshooting the Disaster Recovery Framework

This appendix describes procedures for troubleshooting your application of the disaster recovery framework.

This appendix contains the following sections:

Troubleshooting Monitoring and Logging

This section provides the following information about setting up logging and problems that you might encounter with monitoring the disaster recovery framework:

For information about logging, see Viewing the Disaster Recovery Framework Log Messages.

Configuring the Logger File to Avoid Too Many Traces

Configure the logger file, /etc/cacao/instances/default/private/logger.properties, as following 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.

Configuring the Logger File to Avoid Detailed Messages From the gcr Agent

If you want to avoid too detailed messages in your log file from the gcr agent, use entries similar to the following in your logger file /etc/cacao/instances/default/private/logger.properties:


This property file is updated each time you reinstall the SUNWscmasa package.

Configuring the Logger File to Avoid jmx Remote Traces

To avoid jmx remote traces add the following lines to the beginning of your logger.properties file: