ad_summary — summarize the adaptive module actions
/opt/msys/ecelerity/bin/ad_summary [ –adlogdir [
/opt/msys/ecelerity/bin/ad_summary [ –bouncelog [
/opt/msys/ecelerity/bin/ad_summary [ –help ]
/opt/msys/ecelerity/bin/ad_summary [ –mailfrom
/opt/msys/ecelerity/bin/ad_summary [ –mailhost
/opt/msys/ecelerity/bin/ad_summary [ –mailto
/opt/msys/ecelerity/bin/ad_summary [ –mainlog [
/opt/msys/ecelerity/bin/ad_summary [ –num_bindings [
/opt/msys/ecelerity/bin/ad_summary [ –num_domains [
/opt/msys/ecelerity/bin/ad_summary [ –paniclog [
The ad_summary script creates a summary of the contents of the
mainlog file, including adjustments made by Adaptive Delivery. When the adaptive module is installed, an entry that runs ad_summary is added to
/etc/cron.d/msys-ecelerity. This script is run nightly as a cron job and sent via email to the recipient defined by the option
Adaptive_Alert_Email_Destination. This summary is created regardless of whether alerts have been generated or not. The default format of the compressed summary files is
bzip2 and is controlled by the ec_rotate script.
Adjusting the format of this report by changing the parameters passed to the ad_summary script is not recommended. Any changes made will be overwritten if the application is upgraded.
This command will not run the first day that a Momentum system is live. As a workaround, first run ec_rotate.
The ad_summary command creates the log file,
/var/log/ecelerity/adaptive.summary, and this log should be added to
ec_rotate.conf. For details, see “
If you are not using the adaptive module, there is no need to use this script.
- –adlogdir [*`/path/to/adaptive/log/dir/`*]
Location of the adaptive log files. The files that are processed vary depending upon the setting of the adaptive option
Default value is
- –bouncelog [*`/path/to/bouncelog`*]
Bounce log file to operate on. Default value is
Print the help message.
- –mainlog [*`/path/to/mainlog`*]
Main log file to operate on. Default value is
- –mailfrom *`addr`*
Use the specified address as the from address when mailing the summary file.
- –mailhost *`hostname[:port_number]`*
Connect to the specified hostname to send the summary. Default value is
localhost. If you are not using port 25, you must specify the port.
- –mailto *`addr`*
Send the summary to the specified address which must be an email address of the form
hostname. If no –mailto argument is specified, the summary will be printed to the standard output.
- –num_bindings [*`num`*]
Summarize the top number of bindings specified. By default, the top 20 bindings will be summarized.
- –num_domains [*`num`*]
Summarize the top number of domains. By default, the top 20 domains will be summarized.
- –paniclog [*`/path/to/paniclog`*]
Panic log file to operate on. Default value is