Checking for Errors on Common Desktop Environment (CDE)

Checking for Errors on Common Desktop Environment (CDE)

Post by Abdul Halim Amiruddi » Mon, 05 Apr 1999 05:00:00



Dear,  Gurus.

 I've found a solution of checking error on CDE
 which is running on Solaris 2.6. platform .
 By default, the login server logs errors was located
 in the   /var/dt/Xerrors file.

 After modified  the login server log errors in the Xconfig file
 I've set /var/errors/Dterrors file  in the Xconfig file:

Dtlogin.errorLogfile:  /var/error/Dterrors

 solar%cd /var/mylogs
 solar% ls -alg
 total 6
 drwxr-xr-x   2 other        512 Mar 27 09:49 .
 drwxr-xr-x  40 sys         1024 Mar 27 09:49 ..
 -rw-r--r--   1 other         98 Apr 2 17:21 Dterrors

solar% more Dterrors
 Sat Apr 02 10:01:15 1999
 error (pid 316):

Fri Apr  2 15:50:35 1999

Fri Apr  2 17:21:56 1999

My question is  how could I make use of this info.
The Dterrors recorded the PID and  It's  special/binaries

I would like to seek your help

Please advise. Any Idea or  suggestions would be most welcome.

Thanx for your clear explanation.

--alha

 
 
 

Checking for Errors on Common Desktop Environment (CDE)

Post by Abdul Halim Amiruddi » Mon, 05 Apr 1999 05:00:00


Dear,  Gurus.

 I've found a solution of checking error on CDE
 which is running on Solaris 2.6. platform .
 By default, the login server logs errors was located
 in the   /var/dt/Xerrors file.

 After modified  the login server log errors in the Xconfig file
 I've set /var/errors/Dterrors file  in the Xconfig file:

Dtlogin.errorLogfile:  /var/error/Dterrors

 solar%cd /var/mylogs
 solar% ls -alg
 total 6
 drwxr-xr-x   2 other        512 Mar 27 09:49 .
 drwxr-xr-x  40 sys         1024 Mar 27 09:49 ..
 -rw-r--r--   1 other         98 Apr 2 17:21 Dterrors

solar% more Dterrors
 Sat Apr 02 10:01:15 1999
 error (pid 316):

Fri Apr  2 15:50:35 1999

Fri Apr  2 17:21:56 1999

My question is  how could I make use of this info.
The Dterrors recorded the PID and  It's  special/binaries

I would like to seek your help

Please advise. Any Idea or  suggestions would be most welcome.

Thanx for your clear explanation.

--alha



 
 
 

Checking for Errors on Common Desktop Environment (CDE)

Post by Abdul Halim Amiruddi » Mon, 05 Apr 1999 05:00:00


Dear,  Gurus.

 I've found a solution of checking error on CDE
 which is running on Solaris 2.6. platform .
 By default, the login server logs errors was located
 in the   /var/dt/Xerrors file.

 After modified  the login server log errors in the Xconfig file
 I've set /var/errors/Dterrors file  in the Xconfig file:

Dtlogin.errorLogfile:  /var/error/Dterrors

 solar%cd /var/mylogs
 solar% ls -alg
 total 6
 drwxr-xr-x   2 other        512 Mar 27 09:49 .
 drwxr-xr-x  40 sys         1024 Mar 27 09:49 ..
 -rw-r--r--   1 other         98 Apr 2 17:21 Dterrors

solar% more Dterrors
 Sat Apr 02 10:01:15 1999
 error (pid 316):

Fri Apr  2 15:50:35 1999

Fri Apr  2 17:21:56 1999

My question is  how could I make use of this info ?
The Dterrors recorded the PID and  It's  special/binaries

I would like to seek your help

Please advise. Any Idea or  suggestions would be most welcome.

Thanx for your clear explanation.


Sysadmin

 
 
 

Checking for Errors on Common Desktop Environment (CDE)

Post by Abdul Halim Amiruddi » Mon, 05 Apr 1999 05:00:00


Dear,  Gurus.

 I've found a solution of checking error on CDE
 which is running on Solaris 2.6. platform .
 By default, the login server logs errors was located
 in the   /var/dt/Xerrors file.

 After modified  the login server log errors in the Xconfig file
 I've set /var/errors/Dterrors file  in the Xconfig file:

Dtlogin.errorLogfile:  /var/error/Dterrors

 solar%cd /var/mylogs
 solar% ls -alg
 total 6
 drwxr-xr-x   2 other        512 Mar 27 09:49 .
 drwxr-xr-x  40 sys         1024 Mar 27 09:49 ..
 -rw-r--r--   1 other         98 Apr 2 17:21 Dterrors

solar% more Dterrors
 Sat Apr 02 10:01:15 1999
 error (pid 316):

Fri Apr  2 15:50:35 1999

Fri Apr  2 17:21:56 1999

My question is  how could I make use of this info ?
The Dterrors recorded the PID and  It's  special/binaries

I would like to seek your help

Please advise. Any Idea or  suggestions would be most welcome.

Thanx for your clear explanation.


Sysadmin

 
 
 

Checking for Errors on Common Desktop Environment (CDE)

Post by Abdul Halim Amiruddi » Tue, 06 Apr 1999 04:00:00


Hi, All

 I've found a solution of checking error on CDE
 which is running on Solaris 2.6. platform .
 By default, the login server logs errors was located
 in the   /var/dt/Xerrors file.

 After modified  the login server log errors in the Xconfig file
 I've set /var/errors/Dterrors file  in the Xconfig file:

Dtlogin.errorLogfile:  /var/errors/Dterrors

 solar%cd  /var/errors
 solar% ls -alg
 total 6
 drwxr-xr-x   2 other        512 Mar 27 09:49 .
 drwxr-xr-x  40 sys         1024 Mar 27 09:49 ..
 -rw-r--r--   1 other         98 Apr 2 17:21 Dterrors

solar% more Dterrors
 Sat Apr 02 10:01:15 1999
 error (pid 316):

Fri Apr  2 15:50:35 1999

Fri Apr  2 17:21:56 1999

My question is  how could I make use of this info ?
The Dterrors recorded the PID and  It's  special/binaries

I would like to seek your help

Please advise. Any Idea or  suggestions would be most welcome.

Thanx for your clear explanation.


Sysadmin

 
 
 

Checking for Errors on Common Desktop Environment (CDE)

Post by Casper H.S. Dik - Network Security Engine » Wed, 07 Apr 1999 04:00:00


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>Fri Apr  2 15:50:35 1999

>Fri Apr  2 17:21:56 1999

>My question is  how could I make use of this info ?

Nothing. The error prnting code uses a function incorrectly and
trash resuls.

This is fixed in Solaris 7 and could be fixed by patches too.

Casper
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