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The PATROL KM for UNIX uses a new XPC based collection mechanism to support Solaris 10 non-global zones due to the absence of Perform support for Solaris 10 non-global zones.

To Administer XPC Server

  1. Access the UNIX OS application menu as described in Accessing KM Commands and InfoBoxes.
  2. Select Debug and Diagnostics > PUK XPC Administration.
  3. In the PUKSERVER.XPC Admin dialog box, select the appropriate option to modify the Loglevel settings for PUKSERVER.XPC. Following table lists the options in alphabetic order.
    For example, selecting INFORM logs the messages for all three log-levels (INFORM, WARNING, ERROR). The log messages are written to the file /tmp/PukDebug_pid.log, where pid is the XPC server ID of the running PUKSERVER.XPC.

    Modify LogLevel Settings for PUKSERVER.XPC Options

    Options

    Description

    ERROR

    Enables generation of ERROR messages only This is the default log level for the XPC server.

    INFORM

    Enables generation of information messages in addition to warning and error messages

    No Logging

    Disables generation of all types of messages This is the default log level for the XPC server.

    WARNING

    Enables generation of warning messages in addition to error messages

  4. Select the appropriate check box to reinitialize POOL configuration settings. Following table describes the options.

    POOL Configuration Reinitialization Settings Options

    Options

    Description

    Re-Initialize POOL Configuration (Immediately)

    Schedules the POOL configuration reinitialization immediately Immediate reinitialization should be performed whenever some dynamic POOL configuration changes have been made to the system. Otherwise, the new POOL configuration will be reflected in the KM Console only after POOL configuration is reinitialized and when its interval is due.

    POOL Configuration Re-Initialization Interval (minutes)

    Specifies the interval in minutes after which POOL configuration is refreshed automatically The default interval for PATROL is 60 minutes.

  5. Click Apply.
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