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Configure log file template.

I want to configure log file template for ALOG file in transport log directory. Could you please tell me where to start it?



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    Posted on Mar 20, 2009 at 11:35 AM


    Do you have CCMS agents installed in your system?

    If yes create a logfile under the directory /usr/sap/tmp/logmon.

    For the log file template naming convention see the below link, under Example log file template.

    After creating the template you need to add this file path in the sapccmsr.ini file under the Instance directory of your system. For example:/usr/sap/<sid>/DVEBMGS50/log/sapccm4x/sapccmsr.ini

    After adding the template file path name into this ini file restart the CCMS agent.

    The template file should contain the path of the logfile and the exception which you want to catch along with the corresponding MTE.

    For example the log file template for creating alerts for the missing statistics will look like the below:





    PATTERN_0="BR0986W Index SAPR3"



    MESSAGEID_0="rt 584"


    Note: the last line should contain a dot as in bold character.

    You can get all the details in the above link.



    Edited by: Yoganand Vedagiri on Mar 20, 2009 12:37 PM

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