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Informatica PowerCenter

PowerCenter offers many logs to monitor the operation of its processes. The following description of logs follows a typical order of log verification that you would follow when debugging an issue:

Workflow Monitor

Session Log

Most granular of logs, contains information related to an individual session run

Source/Target Rows
Performance Statistics
Mapping and Session Level failures
Can be expanded to include verbose data if necessary for mapping debugging
Workflow Log

Shows the overall processing of a workflow

Success/Failures of Sessions
Non-Session Task failures

Informatica Administrator

Service Log

Shows service status

TCP/IP activity

Shows user access
Shows fatal session errors

Domain Log (Domain and Node)
Security Authentication
License Information
Inter-service messages
Fatal application service errors

Traditional File
The following logs are found in /tomcat/logs/:

Exception subset of node.log
Shows errors hit while Informatica Services (Node) is starting or stopping
Typically only necessary if the Node would not start or shutdown
Full output of node
Useful for determining what happened just before or after an exception
Log for backend tomcat service
Useful for determining the source of error in the node.log, or in the absence of node.log, the actual error
Log for Model Repository Service
Log for Analyst Service

Reference Table Manager import logs are stored in /isp/bin/rtm_cli_logs.

Príspevok pridaný dňa: 07.11.2018 od užívatela: Dodoslav.
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