Server error log
The arerror.log file is always active, and logs all BMC Remedy AR System server error messages. Any message that represents a serious or fatal server error is reported in this file, including messages that cannot be returned to a user, or that are not appropriate for return.
The logged messages include information about termination of or failed server processes. A termination entry about a server process also appears for normal shutdown. For example, any time an BMC Remedy AR System server shuts down, a message is written to this file.
On Windows, this file is stored in the ARSystemInstallDir\arserver\Db directory. On UNIX systems, this file is stored in the ARSystemInstallDir/db directory. Check this file regularly to see if your servers are reporting errors.
Details of arerror.log file
When you start the AR System server, important information such as, AR Server version, server license information and the various extensions that are loaded are displayed in arerror.log file. These are the important messages shown in arerror.log file for the convenience of the administrators. When the AR System server starts successfully and if there are any important errors, the errors are logged to arerror.log file. These messages indicate whether these are errors or warnings (ARERR, ERROR, WARN). For more information on error codes that are shown in the log files, see 1 to 999 - BMC Remedy AR System server messages and notifications.
Wed Aug 31 03:32:09 2016 390695 : An error has occurred while loading a plug-in. (ARERR 8756) Tue Sep 13 03:42:49.343 2016 ERROR (8760): Cannot establish a network connection to the AR System Plug-In server; clm-pun-016351.bmc.com:9998
The following table lists the various error codes shown in the logs:
|AR System note|
|ARWARN||AR System warning|
|ARERR||AR System error|