Venice Maintenance

Robert Leong -

The Maintenance Client is a simple tool to download log files from a Venice Server onto a client PC. Avoiding huge log packages, logs can be filtered by time and type.

Documentation supplemental

The main document in embedded in the Maintenance Client application under Info > Documentation.

This is supplemental to the main document.

Installation -

Install the MaintenanceServer rpm on the Venice server.
rpm -ivh MaintenanceServer-1.0.1.16-1_build112157_RHEL6.x86_64.rpm

On the selected machine where you want to run the Maintenance Client:
Install and configure Spycer to the same Spycernet as the Venice servers.
Install the MaintenanceClient on Windows 7/10, RedHat 6 / CentOS 6, MacOS.

Create log package -

The "Save As" path on the "Create log package" tab points to the path of the computer running the Venice Maintenance Client application, generally this is your local computer.  It takes some time to generate the package depending on the range of selection and the Venice Server usage load, it is best to monitor the progress at the "Track running tasks" tab after selecting the path of the above step.

The "List log packages" tab shows the content of the following directory in the selected Venice Server, NOT your local machine running the Maintenance Client application.

/var/opt/DVS/MaintenanceServer

Venice Maintenance 1.0.1.16 (everything) [111 MB]

ZIP file contains:

Install_Maintenance_Client-1.0.1.16-_build112157.zip
Maintenance-1.0.1.16_releasenote.pdf
MaintenanceClient-1.0.1.16-1_build112157.dmg
MaintenanceClient-1.0.1.16-1_build112157_RHEL6.x86_64.rpm
MaintenanceServer-1.0.1.16-1_build112157_RHEL6.x86_64.rpm

Venice Maintenance 1.0.1.14 (everything) [108 MB]

ZIP file contains:

Install_Maintenance_Client-1.0.1.14-_build110481.exe
Maintenance-1.0.1.14_releasenote.pdf
MaintenanceClient-1.0.1.14-1_build110481.dmg
MaintenanceClient-1.0.1.14-1_build110481_RHEL6.x86_64.rpm
MaintenanceServer-1.0.1.14-1_build110481_RHEL6.x86_64.rpm

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