Veritas High Availability agents generate log files that are appended by letters. Letter A indicates the first log file, B the second, C the third, and so on.
The agent log components are defined as follows:
Timestamp: the date and time the message was generated.
Mnemonic: the string ID that represents the product (for example, VCS).
Severity: levels include CRITICAL, ERROR, WARNING, NOTICE, and INFO (most to least severe, respectively).
UMI: a unique message ID.
Message Text: the actual message generated by the agent.
The agent logs are located in the following location:
The format of the agent log is as follows:
Timestamp (Year/MM/DD) | Mnemonic | Severity | UMI | Agent Type | Resource Name | Entry point | Message text
A typical agent log resembles:
2012/08/15 13:34:44 VCS ERROR V-16-2-13067 Thread(4146068336) Agent is calling clean for resource(MQ1) because the resource became OFFLINE unexpectedly, on its own.