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OID 12c Doc 32250901 - OIDDebugLogSetter.sh Script in OID12cPS3 Jan'21 and OID12cPS4 Jan'21 Bundle Patches (Doc ID 2743483.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 12.2.1.3.0 and later
Generic Linux

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Doc 32250901: New script OIDDebugLogSetter.sh introduced in OID12CPS3 (12.1.1.3) and OID12cPS4 (12.2.1.4) Jan'21 Bundle Patches (BP).

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  1. Purpose of the script:

    By default, the current OID server logging does not log/trace the modification of objectclass with its default log trace level. Thus to log such operation, the customer (or) end-user has to manually set the LDAP attribute with appropriate log levels using the OID tools, get the trace log, and reset back to default level.

    Thus this utility is developed in order to automate this process of setting different log levels manually and make it user interactive to make sure the end-user can achieve the following:

          a) Set the logging level
          b) Specify one or more operations for which you want logging to occur
          c) Log trace messages according to their severity and order of importance

  2. Location of the script :

    $ORACLE_HOME/ldap/utl/OIDDebugLogSetter.sh

  3. How to execute the script details:

    This script does not take any arguments, and all inputs are user interactive.

    Hence, just execute "bash OIDDebugLogSetter.sh"

  4. Reference:

    The different log levels which end-user has to manually set before this script can be referred in the following documentation:

    Oracle Fusion Middleware Administering Oracle Internet Directory 12c
    Chapter 24 Managing Logging
    Section Setting Debug Logging Levels Using the Command Line

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