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DS.LOG(4)							     DS.LOG(4)

       ds.log - Availability Suite data services log file

       The  /var/adm/ds.log file contains the Availability Suite data services
       command log. The administration commands log activities to the file  in
       the format:

	 date time product: message

       Note  that  when	 the size of the log file exceeds 10 Mbytes, ds.log is
       renamed /var/adm/ds.log.bak  and a new /var/adm/ds.log file is created.

       The ds.log fields are:


	   The date format is mmm nn, where mmm	 is  the local three-character
	   abbreviation	 for the month and nn is the day of the month on which
	   the event occurred.


	   The time of the event, in hh:mm:ss format.


	   A product code that identifies which component of the data services
	   produced  the  event.  The  code is separated from the message that
	   follows by a colon (:) and a space.


	   A message that can extend over  more	 than	one   line  describing
	   the event that occurred. The second or following lines are not pre‐
	   fixed by  the  date, time, and product code strings.

       The example below shows sample ds.log file content:

	 Jan 25 05:26:17 ii: iiboot suspend cluster tag <none>
	 Jan 25 05:32:02 ii: iiboot resume cluster tag <none>
	 Jan 25 05:32:04 sv: svboot: resume /dev/vx/rdsk/bigmaster
	 Jan 25 05:32:04 sv: svboot: resume /dev/vx/rdsk/bigshadow
	 Jan 25 05:32:04 sv: svboot: resume /dev/vx/rdsk/mstvxfs
	 Jan 25 05:32:04 sv: svboot: resume /dev/vx/rdsk/master01

       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       │Architecture	     │ x86	       │
       │Interface Stability  │ Committed       │

       iiadm(1M), sndradm(1M), svadm(1M), attributes(5)

				 Jun 08, 2007			     DS.LOG(4)

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