The Infa9logs.sh script is not generating service logs nor is it giving an option to choose the services to collect service log when using Administrator user with the INFA_DEFAULT_DOMAIN_PASSWORD environment variable set for the UNIX user.
>StartInfaLogs.sh -o /tmp/infaLogs -un Administrator -sd 7/8/2014 -ed 7/5/2014 INFA_HOME is set to /home/pc/910 INFA_HOME is correctly set. Proceeding ... Checking JRE HOME... Java Instance /home/pc/910/java/jre will be used Tue Jul 08 17:19:15 CDT 2014 Application initialized successfully Tue Jul 08 17:19:15 CDT 2014 About to zip log files Tue Jul 08 17:19:15 CDT 2014 No service logs to zip Tue Jul 08 17:19:15 CDT 2014 No session/workflow logs to zip
The behavior is as designed as infa9logs is a log collecting utility developed by Informatica GCS unlike other command line utilities provided with the product. The infa9logs script does not taken into consideration the default environment variables that are otherwise used with commands such as pmcmd and infacmd.
To resolve this issue, use the hardcoded username and password with the infa9logs utility.
Alternatively, use the LogExpress tool, which takes into account the INFA_DEFAULT_DOMAIN_PASSWORD environment variable.
To download the LogExpress tool, click here.
HOW TO: Generate Informatica log files using the command line (KB 147882)
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