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Log files available in FusionReactor


Below you will find an overview of all of the log files which are available in FusionReactor, with a short description of each file.  Click on the log file name in the table to see a detailed description of all the log columns.

Data Logs


These are logs that relate to captured server data, for example requests, query results, cpu/memory information etc. It is important to note that the names to these logs will differ on FusionReactor's User Interface, this discrepancy is referred to in the table below under the UI Name column.

Clicking on the log names will take you to a page dedicated to that log, explaining each column in that log along with useful additional information.

File Name

UI Name

Log Type

Created By

classes.logClass Loading LogDATASYSTEM

cputhread.log

CPU Thread Log

DATA

SYSTEM

crashprotection.log

Crash Protection Log

DATA

SYSTEM

datapack-transport.logCloud Transport LogDATAPLUGIN

dbpoolstats.log

DB Pool Stats Log

DATA

PLUGIN

deadlock.logDeadlock LogDATAPLUGIN

fr-jrun-event.log

Jrun Event Log

DATA

PLUGIN

gc-[TYPE].log

Garbage Collection [TYPE] Log

STATUSSYSTEM

heartbeat.log

Heartbeat Log

DATA

PLUGIN

hitcountstats.log

Hit Count Stats Log

DATA

PLUGIN

ir-audit2.logCloud IR Audit LogDATAPLUGIN

jdbc.log

JDBC Log

DATA

SYSTEM

juli-[TYPE].logJULI [TYPE]RAWRAW

memory[TYPE].log

[TYPE] Log

DATA

SYSTEM

memorysummary.log

Memory Summary Log

DATA

SYSTEM

notification.logNotifications LogSTATUSSYSTEM
odl.logODL LogDATASYSTEM

osgi.log

OSGi Log

STATUS

SYSTEM

plugin-fr-amf-decorator-plugin.log

AMF Decorator Plugin Log

STATUS

PLUGIN

plugin-fr-deadlock-plugin.logDeadlock Plugin LogSTATUSPLUGIN

plugin-fr-fa-connector-plugin.log

FA Connector Plugin Log

STATUS

PLUGIN

plugin-fr-heartbeat-plugin.log

Heartbeat Plugin Log

STATUS

PLUGIN

plugin-fr-logrotator-plugin.log

Logrotator Plugin Log

STATUS

PLUGIN

plugin-fr-jrun-plugin.log

Jrun Plugin Log

STATUS

PLUGIN

plugin-fr-jvmti-lib.logJVMTI Lib LogSTATUSPLUGIN
plugin-fr-notification-generator-plugin.logNotification Generator Plugin LogSTATUSPLUGIN
plugin-fr-reports-plugin.logReports Plugin LogSTATUSPLUGIN
plugin-fr-transaction.logTransaction LogSTATUSPLUGIN
plugin-system-monitor.logSystem Monitor LogSTATUSPLUGIN

reactor.log

Reactor Log

STATUS

SYSTEM

realtimestats.log

Real Time Stats Log

DATA

PLUGIN

request.log

Request Log

DATA

SYSTEM

resource.log

Resource Log

DATA

SYSTEM

stacktrace.logStacktrace LogDATASYSTEM
stdout.logStandard Out LogDATARAW
stderr.logStandard Error LogDATARAW
thread-state.logThread State LogSTATUSSYSTEM

Key

Word

Definition

DATA

Data related to the server memory, CPU, response time etc.

STATUS

Data related to a PLUGIN or the SYSTEM. The information is brief and  only covers the state of the PLUGIN or SYSTEM.

SYSTEM

This is FusionReactor.

PLUGIN

A plugin that is connected to FusionReactor.

RAWRaw logs are logs which FusionReactor capture from other sources and redirect.  The format is unknown to FusionReactor and is simply a clone of the stream

Log File Format


All logs are space-delimited. This allows you to easily import the files into spread sheets such as Microsoft excel and openoffice as well as databases, allowing you to view/analyze/graph the logs as you may prefer.

Below is a (fictional) example of a log file and how a table for the log would explain its columns.

Example log file and table

Below is an example log file line:

SERVER1 70 5 21

This log file line contains the column values SERVER1, 70, 5, and 21. Below is the table that would explain the log file.

Field Name

Number

Description

Server Name

1 [A]

The server's name.

Efficiency(percentage)

2 [B]

How efficient the server is.

Downtime (hours)

3 [C]

The downtime of the server.

Uptime (hours)

4 [D]

The up time of the server.

Exceptions to the typical log file format

There are several log files which also contain a plain text message (eg reactor.log). In this case, the space-delimited format applies for first few columns, until the last one, the 'message' value, where everything to the end of the line is considered the value of that last field.

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