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Oracle SOA Suite 12c Administrator's Guide by Ahmed Aboulnaga, Harold Dost, Arun Pareek

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Identifying and viewing log file entries

When you install Oracle SOA Suite 12c, you are likely to have four managed servers: AdminServer, wls_wsm1, wsm_soa1, and wsm_osb1 (or whatever names you happen to configure). In a cluster, the number of managed servers may increase with incrementing numerals at the end (for example, wls_soa2, wls_osb2, and so on). Each of these managed servers has several log files that include the following:

  • A managed server log file (for example, wls_soa1.log)
  • A diagnostic log file (for example, wls_soa1-diagnostic.log)
  • A server startup standard out log file (for example, wls_soa1.out)
  • A HTTP access log (access.log)

Fortunately, Fusion Middleware Control provides a means to access and search several of these log files. To ...

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