OUD 12c - How to Configure the File-Based High eTime Access Logger / High eTime Oracle Access Logger and Their Differences
Last updated on MAY 29, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Unified Directory - Version 220.127.116.11.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Determining the operations that take a long time (with a high eTime) greatly helps with troubleshooting performance issues.
There are two high eTime access loggers (starting in OUD 12c) that will log operation requests and results that are greater than a configured eTime (log-high-etime-limit). These request/result operations are logged in the access log but can be difficult to find if there is a lot of LDAP traffic. The high eTime loggers log the request/result from high eTime operations into a separate log making it easier to find those operations.
This article describes how to configure File-Based High eTime Access Logger / High eTime Oracle Access Logger using dsconfig and OUDSM and shows the logging format differences between the two types of loggers.
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