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#!/usr/bin/ksh #----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------usage() #----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------{ cat <<END Filename Version Summary next line. Parameters : Mandatory: : No parameters are mandatory.

: If no parameters are supplied then the alert log for the current ORACLE_SID will : be displayed. : Optional: : Filename(s) of the alertlogs to be processed. Calls : No other scripts Created. : : : : dba_alertlog.ksh 1.0 Print alertlog messages with date/time stamp on the same line. Default alertlog entries have a date, and then the message on the

Date Author Version 20-Aug-04 ASBlack 1.0

NOTES: 1) This script is self documented. To get a program flow execute: grep "#-- " dba_alertlog.ksh EXAMPLES: 1) dba_alertlog.ksh This will display the contents of the current alert log for the ORACLE_SID that is currently set 2) dba_alertlog.ksh alert_somesid.log.2004* This will display the contents of all alert logs that have are named alertsomesi d.log.2004* which can be produced if automated housekeeping of the alertlogs has been implem ented to "roll over" alertlogs daily or weekly ... END } #----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# MAIN PROGRAM STARTS HERE #----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------#-- Display usage if requested if [[ ${1} = "help" ]]; then usage; exit 0; fi #-- Set variables PRG=`basename $0` LOGFILES=""

CMD="" #-- Get command line parameters if [ $# -ne 0 ]; then LOGFILES=$@; fi #-- Echo start time and command date +"%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:$S Started ${PRG} ${PARAMETERS}" echo #-- Determine the location of the alert log if not specified if [ -z "${LOGFILES}" ]; then #-- Determine the ORACLE_HOME ORAHOME="" ORAHOME=`grep -h "^${ORACLE_SID}:" /var/opt/oracle/oratab /etc/oratab 2>/dev/n ull |head -1 |awk -F":" '{print $2}'` if [[ -z "${ORAHOME}" ]]; then echo "ERROR: Cannot determine ORACLE_HOME for ${ORACLE_SID} ..." exit 10 fi #-- Determine if there is an spfile SPFILE=${ORAHOME}/dbs/spfile${ORACLE_SID}.ora #-- If there isn't an spfile then use the init.ora file if [[ ! -f ${SPFILE} ]]; then #-- Determine where the init.ora file is INITORA=${ORAHOME}/dbs/init${ORACLE_SID}.ora echo INITORA = ${INITORA} #-- Determine if there is an ifile IFILE=`egrep -i "ifile|spfile" ${INITORA} |grep -v "^#" |head -1 |awk -F"=" '{print $2}' |sed -e 's/[ ]//g' -e "s/'//g"` echo IFILE = ${IFILE} fi #-- Determine what background_dump_dest is set to in the init.ora file # (It defaults to ?/rdbms/log within the database if it's not in the init.or a file) BACKGROUND_DUMP_DEST=`grep -i "background_dump_dest" ${SPFILE} ${INITORA} ${IF ILE} 2>/dev/null |grep -v "^#" |head -1 |awk -F"=" '{print $2}' |sed -e 's/[ ][ ]*//g' -e "s/'//g"` if [ -z "${BACKGROUND_DUMP_DEST}" ]; then BACKGROUND_DUMP_DEST=${ORACLE_HOME}/rdbms/log fi #-- Ensure that $ORACLE_HOME is expanded out # This fixes a strange bug when running remotely, and # background_dump_dest contains string: $ORACLE_HOME eval BACKGROUND_DUMP_DEST=`echo ${BACKGROUND_DUMP_DEST} |sed -e "s+\$ORACLE_HO ME+${ORAHOME}+"` #-- Determine where the alertlog file is LOGFILES=${BACKGROUND_DUMP_DEST}/alert_${ORACLE_SID}.log fi #-- Check the log file(s) exist and are readable for FILE in ${LOGFILES}

do #-- Check that the file exist and is readable if [ ! -r "${FILE}" ]; then echo date +"%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S ERROR: Log ${FILE} does not exist or is not readabl e" echo break fi #-- List alertlog for reference echo date +"%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S Processing alertlog ${FILE}" ls -l ${FILE} echo #-- Get the command to send the alertlog to stdout if [ `echo ${FILE} |grep -c ".gz$"` -eq 1 ]; then CMD="gzip -dc ${FILE}" elif [ `echo ${FILE} |grep -c ".Z$"` -eq 1 ]; then CMD="zcat ${FILE}" else CMD="cat ${FILE}" fi #-- Print out the alert log with time stamps at the start of each record #-- Note that date's in the alert log have the format: #-- Fri Aug 16 12:52:55 2002 echo ${CMD} |ksh \ |awk '{ if($1=="Mon" || $1=="Tue" || $1=="Wed" || $1=="Thu" || $1=="Fri" || $1=="Sat" || $1=="Sun") { DAY=$1 TIME=$4 YEAR=$5 DATE=$3 if(length(DATE)==1){DATE="0"DATE} if($2=="Jan"){MONTH="01"} if($2=="Feb"){MONTH="02"} if($2=="Mar"){MONTH="03"} if($2=="Apr"){MONTH="04"} if($2=="May"){MONTH="05"} if($2=="Jun"){MONTH="06"} if($2=="Jul"){MONTH="07"} if($2=="Aug"){MONTH="08"} if($2=="Sep"){MONTH="09"} if($2=="Oct"){MONTH="10"} if($2=="Nov"){MONTH="11"} if($2=="Dec"){MONTH="12"} } else { print YEAR"/"MONTH"/"DATE" "DAY" "TIME" "$0 }

}' done # End of loop for FILE