jlogctl

March 26, 2020 Contributors

Name

jlogctl — analyze and maintain jlogs

Synopsis

/opt/msys/jlog/bin/jlogctl [ -a { subscriber } ] [ -c ] [ -e { subscriber } ] [ -d ] [ -i ] [ -l ] [ -p { subscriber } ] [ r ] [ -s ] [ -v ] { /path/to/jlog1 [ … ] }

Description

Use this command to maintain and analyze jlogs. This command should be run as ecuser. The option descriptions are as follows:

-a { *`subscriber`* *`/path/to/jlog1`* [ … ] }

Add a subscriber to the specified jlog(s).

-c { *`/path/to/jlog1`* [ … ] }

If there are no pending readers, clean the the specified jlog(s).

-d { *`/path/to/jlog1`* [ … ] }

Analyze the the specified jlog(s).

-e { *`subscriber`* *`/path/to/jlog1`* [ … ] }

Remove a subscriber from the specified jlog(s).

-i { *`/path/to/jlog1`* [ … ] }

List the index information for the specified jlog(s).

-l { *`/path/to/jlog1`* [ … ] }

List the sizes and the readers for the specified jlog(s).

-p { *`subscriber`* *`/path/to/jlog1`* [ … ] }

This option shows the next start and end points for reading for the specified jlog for the given subscriber. The present checkpoint and the last write point are also shown.

-r { *`/path/to/jlog1`* [ … ] }

Analyze and repair the specified jlog(s). This option cannot be used on jlogs that are currently in use.

-s { *`/path/to/jlog1`* [ … ] }

Show all subscribers for the specified jlog(s).

-v { *`/path/to/jlog1`* [ … ] }

When used along with another option or options this option provides verbose output.

See Also

“jlog – jlog-Formatted Logging”, “Decommissioning a Log Aggregator”