How to view the operation log that the system monitors the clients?
The user's operation log for the sysmonitor is recorded in the file sysmoni.dat under /opt/n2000/server/conf/log. The file records all the operation in sysmonitor, detailing the users in operation with the IP addresses. We can open the file with more under solaris.
2006-11-21 23:52:27 The ip user name is ***
The user name is admin:08:17 10.249.32.29
2006-11-22 03:32:47 10.249.34.1
2006-11-22 04:14:47 10.249.34.151 stop the safety process
10.249.34.151 start the safety process
2006-11-22 04:15:36 10.249.34.151 stop the SNMP forwarding process
2006-11-22 04:15:41 10.249.34.151 stop the engineering document process
2006-11-22 04:20:41 10.249.34.151 start fault process, test process, general-purpose device configuration management process, real-time performance process, device access agent process, safety process, topology process, engineering document process, database backup process, SNMP forwarding process, northbound interface module (SNMP) process, northbound interface module (CORBA) process, northbound interface module (SYSLOG) process, CORBA name service process, CORBA notification service process, northbound interface module (XML) process, data center process, performance statistics background process, data maintenance process, common network element background process, BMS northbound interface, LCT user management system, Ma5100V1 background process, MA5105 background process, DSL Manager background process, TL1 service deployment northbound interface, and environment monitor process.
Note: As the operation is running, the database backup process has been in the operating status.
2006-11-22 04:50:32 10.249.34.151 stop the environment monitoring process
2006-11-22 04:51:02 start the database backup (CORBA) process, northbound interface module (SYSLOG) process, CORBA name service process, CORBA notification service process and northbound interface module (XML) process
Viewing this file, we can examine the operations after the user logs in to the sysmonitor.