Posts Tagged ‘ Logging ’

SAS & IWA: Check the Logs

June 29, 2012
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When testing Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) based client connections to SAS® platform servers, it is well worth checking the SAS logs to verify the connections are being made the way you expect. SAS has a variety of methods up it’s ...
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Dynamic Logging Reconfiguration in SAS® 9.3

January 10, 2012
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One of the exciting new features in SAS 9.3 (well for me anyway) is the ability to replace or modify the logging configuration on-the-fly for a running server without needing to restart it. Previously in SAS 9.2 you could dynamically change the levels ...
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Troubleshooting: sas.servers & hostname aliases

October 31, 2011
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I ran into an interesting problem over the last few days with my SAS® 9.3 deployments on Linux. I had noticed that the sas.servers scripts for my Lev2 and Lev3 deployments were taking several minutes to start the SAS services. I know JBoss takes a...
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Which logger did that SAS log message come from?

May 19, 2011
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Occasionally you might want to generate a custom SAS log file, perhaps to be parsed and analysed to generate a custom report. You want to focus on a specific subset of messages and already know that you can modify the logging configuration file and attach the logger that generates the message to an appender...
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