[Orca-users] Re: Orca not pick up new logs (was Re: plot ambien t and cpu temperature on E450)

Blair Zajac blair at akamai.com
Sun Feb 18 22:12:19 PST 2001

I would try running Orcallator with a configuration file that contains
just the temp group and see if you get any error messages.  With
multiple groups and plots that work in these groups, no messages
will show up if there's a different group that can't find any files.

If you could also send the output of an 'orca -o -v -v' run, that would


Adam Levin wrote:
> On Wed, 7 Feb 2001, McCormick, Wayne wrote:
> > The answer appears to be that you script is putting the files in
> > /var/adm/sa/* put you have Orca looking for them in
> > /usr/local/orca/var/orca/orcallator/(.*).  Try modifying your script
> so that
> > it places the output files in the orca directories.
> Alas, nope.  It's understandable that you'd say so, though.
> The way we do things here, each machine stores its percol-* files in
> /var/adm/sa.  Every five minutes, a script runs to copy all of those
> files
> down to a master logging server, which runs orca and produces the
> graphs.
> The percol-* files (and the temp-percol-* files) are put in
> /usr/local/orca/var/orcallator/<machine-name>/ on the master logging
> server.
> -Adam
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