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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Inactive Session Post 302075797 by lowtaiwah on Tuesday 6th of June 2006 11:23:35 PM
Old 06-07-2006
Hi Grial,

Thanks for dropping by. All our session are telnet session and running some xbase application via some emulator software. How do I "catch" the closing window event ? Can ps -ef tell if a process has become inactive ?
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VLLOG(5)							AFS File Reference							  VLLOG(5)

       VLLog - Traces Volume Location Server operations

       The VLLog file records a trace of Volume Location (VL) Server (vlserver process) operations on the local machine and describes any error
       conditions it encounters.

       If the VLLog file does not already exist in the /var/log/openafs directory when the VL Server starts, the server process creates it and
       writes initial start-up messages to it. If there is an existing file, the VL Server renames it to VLLog.old, overwriting the existing
       VLLog.old file if it exists.

       The file is in ASCII format. Administrators listed in the /etc/openafs/server/UserList file can use the bos getlog command to display its
       contents. Alternatively, log onto the server machine and use a text editor or a file display command such as the UNIX cat command. By
       default, the mode bits on the VLLog file grant the required "r" (read) permission to all users.

       The VL Server records operations only as it completes them, and cannot recover from failures by reviewing the file. The log contents are
       useful for administrative evaluation of process failures and other problems.

       The VL Server can record messages at three levels of detail. By default, it records only very rudimentary messages. To increase logging to
       the first level of detail, issue the following command while logged onto the database server machine as the local superuser "root".

	  # kill -TSTP <vlserver_pid>

       where <vlserver_pid> is the process ID of the vlserver process, as reported in the output from the standard UNIX ps command. To increase to
       the second and third levels of detail, repeat the command.

       To disable logging, issue the following command.

	  # kill -HUP <vlserver_pid>

       To decrease the level of logging, first completely disable it and then issue the "kill -TSTP" command as many times as necessary to reach
       the desired level.

       UserList(5), bos_getlog(8), vlserver(8)

       IBM Corporation 2000. <> All Rights Reserved.

       This documentation is covered by the IBM Public License Version 1.0.  It was converted from HTML to POD by software written by Chas
       Williams and Russ Allbery, based on work by Alf Wachsmann and Elizabeth Cassell.

OpenAFS 							    2012-03-26								  VLLOG(5)

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