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How to retrieve Wvlog errors in NonStop

DaleJones
09 Summiteer

How to retrieve Wvlog errors in NonStop

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DaleJones
09 Summiteer

Re: How to retrieve Wvlog errors in NonStop

Detail Summary:

When reviewing the Wvlog errors in Nonstop, it can provide multiple rows of data. This short video will help you to narrow down how many rows you would like to review by running the following command. 

Solution:

Steps to run command.

1. Log into Prognosis sub-volume <Vol <sub-volume>

2. run the following command.
> Run irlstlg wvlog <num of lines>

 

 

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DaleJones
09 Summiteer

Re: How to retrieve Wvlog errors in NonStop

Detail Summary:

When reviewing the Wvlog errors in Nonstop, it can provide multiple rows of data. This short video will help you to narrow down how many rows you would like to review by running the following command. 

Solution:

Steps to run command.

1. Log into Prognosis sub-volume <Vol <sub-volume>

2. run the following command.
> Run irlstlg wvlog <num of lines>

 

 

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ChrisMiller
05 Base Camper

Re: How to retrieve Wvlog errors in NonStop

Is there a way to run IRLSTLG so that it prints all messages, even duplicates?  In my scenario I have a message repeating and it would be good to see the times for the duplicate messages to help diagnose the issue.

Re: How to retrieve Wvlog errors in NonStop

Hi @ChrisMiller,

 

To view all events logged today, you can open the 'NonStop Server Central' display in the GUI and navigate to 'Prognosis Status' -> 'Error Log'. If you need to view all events using the command line, the only option I can suggest would be to just "fup copy" the contents of the wvlog file. The output isn't pretty, but might provide what you're looking for. Or you could execute the following to dump the contents of wvlog to an edit file that you could then reformat if you need to:

FUP / OUT $<vol>.<subvol>.<file>/ COPY WVLOG

The other alternative would be to create a database collection that captures the the ERRORLOG record (NonStopPrognosisErrorLog) that you could then replay over the period the problem occurred in.

Hope this helps!

Regards,

Scott Clement

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