When things go wrong with Oracle VM Manager, being able to quickly determine the root cause of an issue can eliminate or reduce down time. An effective way to identify problems with Oracle VM Manager is to analyze the WebLogic application logs on the Oracle VM Manager host.
The WebLogic application logs contain all of the Oracle VM Manager messages. The WebLogic application logs are located in the following directory:
Table 8 lists each of the WebLogic application logs for Oracle VM Manager.
|Log File Name||Description|
|access.log||The access.log shows each GET and POST method for Oracle VM Manager.|
|AdminServer-diagnostic.log||The AdminServer-diagnostic.log shows the WebLogic Admin Server's diagnostic logs.|
|AdminServer.log||The AdminServer.log shows the WebLogic Admin Server's logs.|
|base_adf_domain.log||The base_adf_domain.log shows the Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) logs.|
Use grep to quickly find errors, i.e.
grep -i "error" /u01/app/oracle/ovm-manager-3/machine1/base_adf_domain/servers/AdminServer/logs/AdminServer*