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Beginner’s Guide : Concurrent program/Manager output and log file- Part – IV

Posted on August 19th, 2007 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

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Once Concurrent program get complete, there are two file generated as follow:

  • The Log File

Log files are stored under $APPLCSF/$APPLLOG if $APPLCSF is set and under $APPLLOG for each application if $APPLCSF is not set. The log file naming convention is the letter L, followed by the concurrent request ID, followed by the extension .req .

  • The output File

Output files are stored under $APPLCSF/$APPLOUT if $APPLCSF is set and under $APPLOUT for each application if $APPLCSF is not set. The output file naming convention is Application User name.Request ID.
output

For the Information purpose, here are few for your interest.

  • APPL_TOP - this is the top level directory for the Applications
  • APPLCSF - the top level directory where the concurrent manager stores the log and out files of concurrent requests
  • APPLLOG - concurrent request log files( As describe above)
  • APPLOUT - concurrent request out files( As describe above)
  • APPLTMP - Applications temporary files
  • APPLPTMP - PL/SQL temporary files

Is there any naming conventions for the log file and output file?

Request log files: l<request id>.req
Output files:

  • If $APPCPNAM is not set: <username>.<request id>
  • If $APPCPNAM = REQID: o<request id>.out
  • If $APPCPNAM = USER: <username>.out

Where: <request id> = The request id of the concurrent request And: <username> = The id of the user that submitted the request

Where are the managers logfiles goes:

Similar to concurrent requset output and log, the concurrent manager does also generate some files and typical naming convention are as below:

ICM logfile: Default is std.mgr, can be changed with the mgrname

  • Concurrent manager log: w<XXXXXX>.mgr
  • Transaction manager log: t<XXXXXX>.mgr
  • Conflict Resolution manager log: c<XXXXXX>.mgr

Where: <XXXXXX> is the concurrent process id of the manager.

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9 Responses
  1. amarnad Says:

    THis is very helpful to each & every apps techies.Its really appreciable

  2. Archana Says:

    Hi
    This is helpful for me.
    I need more information regarding concurrent manager log (type of error and troubleshoot).
    Thanks
    Archana

  3. Archana Says:

    Hi

    Please help me to find out why some time concurrent manager get down automatically.

    Thanks

  4. B J Nathan Says:

    i want to see the output of the file created using utl_file on the server from the client when i submit a request using request id

  5. Sanjit Anand Says:

    Go to $APPLCSF/out folder and search your file.Your file should have name like
    .out

  6. Sanket Says:

    Thank you. :-)

  7. Azam Says:

    Is it possible to generate the output of a concurrent program to a different location/machine other that the appl server. In case of application server and db are installed on diffrent machines.

  8. raja shekar Says:

    gud

  9. raja shekar Says:

    gud

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