KBEA-00159 Parsing Commander / Flow Install Logs

Summary

How to make sense of the very verbose Commander or Flow install log.

Solution

Install the attached tcl script.

run the following command to parse CMDR_installer.log:

tclsh parseEFInstallLog.tcl CMDR_installer.log  > parsed_CMDR_installer.log

The tcl script will filter out unnecessary information, making it much easier to analyze the output

Examples

tclsh parseEFInstallLog.tcl CMDR_installer.log  > parsed_CMDR_installer.log

-rw-r--r--+ 1 jbowen Domain Users 9268 Sep 21 13:14 parsed_CMDR_installer.log
----------+ 1 jbowen Domain Users 133049 Aug 18 15:07 CMDR_installer.log

$ wc CMDR_installer.log
1699 15205 133049 CMDR_installer.log

$ wc parsed_CMDR_installer.log
141 967 9268 parsed_CMDR_installer.log

 

For this particular log file, it reduced the content from 1699 lines to 141.

 

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Applies to

  • Product versions: All
  • OS versions: All
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