By joesciallo on Dec 01, 2008
cscaptureutility collects all parts of Sun Java System Calendar Server environment that are useful for debugging, such as log files, database, host environment, config and more. It will also gather core files and debugger data for core analysis.
An updated version of
cscapture (1.1) is now available with the following changes:
- Detects just the current version of the Calendar Server and not the original version that was initially installed prior to upgrading. The previous way of detecting the version was not ideal and was confusing when reading the summary file.
- Handles relative path names so it won't include the absolute path in the
cscapturetar file. Running
./cscapture /var/crashwill not longer cause
/var/crash/cscapture-xxx to be present in the tar file. Instead the file path will be relative for more easier untar'ing of the data.
- Includes the system messages files from
- Uses the version 3 of the
pkgappscript. This has been included with
cscapturev1.1 for recommended use.
Get the updated
cscaptureutility here: http://www.sun.com/bigadmin/scripts/sunScripts/SUN-GDD_calendar_cscapture.tar.gz