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HP Network Node Manager 9: Getting Started by Marius Vilemaitis

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Using NNMi logging processes

To investigate NNM performance or to observe how NNM processes and services behave, we can view log files that show the history of the process and service activity. We can find these files at the following locations:

  • Windows: %NNM_LOG%\nnm\
  • Unix: $NNM_LOG/nnm

NNM stores these log files in the form of service.%g.%u.log.

The portion of the filename that is termed service refers to the name of the NNM component that is logged in the log file. The %g portion of the filename relates to the archived log files. When the %g portion of a log file name is set to a zero, it means that the subsystem is actively logging to the service.0.%u.log file. To verify this, we should also see a service.0.%u.log.lck file.

The %u portion of the ...

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