Set Driver to Level Three (3)#

From iManager:
   1. Select DirXML Management | Overview
   2. Select the driverset link (above the overview graphic)
   3. Select the "Misc" tab and set the appropriate trace level from 1 to 3

LDAP or Other Means#

The three attributes that can modified or added are:
  • DirXML-DriverTraceLevel
  • XSLTraceLevel
  • JavaTraceFile

Normal troubleshooing should ONLY use DirXML-DriverTraceLevel. Do NOT use the XSLTrace Level attribute unless you are debugging style sheets as it will add a lot of data to your trace screen/file. For the JavaTraceFile the value should be a valid path and filename. The JavaTraceFile provides basically the same information as a DSTrace. The JavaTraceFile will keep using hard drive space as it captures information. Do NOT leave this value set for long periods of time.

iMonitor#

iMonitor (NDSIMON.NLM (Novell Netware), NDSIMON.DLM (Microsoft Windows), ndsimonitor (Linux/Solaris/AIX/HP-UX) can be used from a web browser to get trace information:
  • Access iMonitor from :8008/nds>http://<server_ip>:8008/nds (default)
  • In the left frame select "Trace Configuration"
  • In the main body, select "Clear all" then select the checkbox for "DirXML" and "DirXML Drivers" from the lower panel
  • Click "Trace On", then click "Trace History"
  • Select the document icon on the right side of the entry listed as "Current" to view the live trace

Trace Levels and more Troubleshooting#

See A Methodology for Troubleshooting DirXML

NIDM Trace File Searches#

Some examples we found helpful for NIDM Trace File Searches

More Information#

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