Daemon logging – Oracle Audio Technologies B31003-01 User Manual

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Daemon Logging

Advanced Tuning of the Daemon C-3

Daemon Logging

Using the Daemon Logging tab, you define the daemon log file settings, the log file
structure and the location where the log is saved. In addition, use it to define the data
that is logged and traced in the file.

The Daemon Logging tab is accessed as follows:


From the Start menu, select Programs, Oracle, and then select Studio.


Select the required computer from the Configuration Explorer.


Right-click the computer and select Open Runtime Perspective.


Right-click the daemon in the Runtime Explorer and select Edit Daemon



Click the Daemon Logging tab.


After making changes to the daemon, right-click the daemon and select Reload



Right-click the daemon and select End Unused Servers. Any servers in the
connection pool are closed and new servers start with the new configuration.

The Daemon Logging tab is shown in the following figure:

Connect timeout

The time the client waits for a daemon server to start. If
the daemon server does not start within this period, then
the client is notified that the server did not respond. The
value specified for this parameter serves as the default
timeout for all the workspaces listed in the daemon
configuration. The default value for this parameter is 60



Entering the timeout in a workspace overrides the
value set in this field for that workspace.

Even if the XML source does not list this parameter in
the workspace section, the workspace gets it using the
default value. If you want to prevent a workspace
from using the default value, you must enter a value
of zero for this parameter in the workspace section.

Client idle timeout

The maximum amount of time any daemon client may be
idle before the connection with the server is closed.

Specifying the timeout in a Workspace overrides this
setting for that workspace.


You can also change daemon settings using the

Configuration Explorer, by selecting a computer and scrolling the
list to the required daemon. Right-click the daemon and select Edit


Changes made to the daemon configuration are only implemented
after the configuration is reloaded using the Reload Configuration
option in the Runtime Manager perspective.

Table 6–18 (Cont.) Daemon Control tab Components