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[Level_One] Section

You can use the [Level_One] section (Table 226) to specify the first level information such as SBR configuration information, process information, system information, and package and patch information to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected information is stored in a tar file named Level1, under the directory named SBR_Information_Report.

Table 226: SIR.conf [Level_One] Fields

Parameter

Function

Enable

If set to 1, enables the collection of first level information.

If set to 0, disables the collection of first level information.

Default value is 1.

[SBR_Configuration_Files] Section

The [SBR_Configuration_Files] section specifies the text-based configuration files to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected files are stored in a directory named Text_Configurations, in the Level1 tar file.

This section contains the acc, aut, cnf, conf, ctrl, dhc, dir, gen, ini, jsi, pro, rr, and ses parameters that can be used to specify the types of configuration files to be collected by the SIR.sh script. You can set the parameters either to 1 to enable the collection of corresponding text-based configuration files or to 0 to disable the collection of files. By default, all the parameters are set to 1.

[SBR_GUI_Configuration] Section

The [SBR_GUI_Configuration] section (Table 227) specifies the GUI configuration files to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected files are stored in a directory named GUI_Configurations, in the Level1 tar file.

Table 227: SIR.conf [SBR_GUI_Configuration] Fields

Parameter

Function

radiusdata

If set to 1, enables the collection of radiusdata.* files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of radiusdata.* files.

Default value is 1.

xdb

If set to 1, enables the collection of *.xdb files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of *.xdb files.

Default value is 1.

[SBR_Package_Information] Section

The [SBR_Package_Information] section (Table 228) specifies the files that contains information related to SBR package versions, applied patches, and license details to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected files are stored in a directory named SBR_Package_Patch_Info, in the Level1 tar file.

Table 228: SIR.conf [SBR_Package_Information] Fields

Parameter

Function

dat

If set to 1, enables the collection of *.dat files (such as package.dat and configure.dat).

If set to 0, disables the collection of *.dat files.

Default value is 1.

lic

If set to 1, enables the collection of radius.lic file.

If set to 0, disables the collection of radius.lic file.

Default value is 1.

patch_log

If set to 1, enables the collection of patch log files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of patch log files.

Default value is 1.

[SBR_Dictionary_Information] Section

The [SBR_Dictionary_Information] section (Table 229) specifies the dictionary files to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected dictionary files are stored in a directory named SBR_Dictionaries, in the Level1 tar file.

Table 229: SIR.conf [SBR_Dictionary_Information] Fields

Parameter

Function

dci

If set to 1, enables the collection of *.dci files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of *.dci files.

Default value is 1.

dct

If set to 1, enables the collection of *.dct files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of *.dct files.

Default value is 1.

dic

If set to 1, enables the collection of *.dic files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of *.dic files.

Default value is 1.

jdict

If set to 1, enables the collection of *.jdict files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of *.jdict files.

Default value is 1.

[Certificate_JAR_Files] Section

The [Certificate_JAR_Files] section (Table 230) specifies the certificates and Java ARchive files to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected files are stored in a directory named Certs_and_Jars, in the Level1 tar file.

Table 230: SIR.conf [Certificate_JAR_Files] Fields

Parameter

Function

cer

If set to 1, enables the collection of *.cer files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of *.cer files.

Default value is 1.

jar

If set to 1, enables the collection of *.jar files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of *.jar files.

Default value is 1.

pfx

If set to 1, enables the collection of *.pfx files.

If set to 0, disables the collection of *.pfx files.

Default value is 1.

[Radius_Process_Info] Section

The [Radius_Process_Info] section (Table 231) specifies the RADIUS process specific information to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected information is stored in the files under a directory named Radius_Process_Info, in the Level1 tar file.

Table 231: SIR.conf [Radius_Process_Info] Fields

Parameter

Function

cpu_usage

If set to 1, enables collecting CPU usage details of RADIUS process.

If set to 0, disables collecting CPU usage details of RADIUS process.

Default value is 1.

lsof_or_pfiles

If set to 1, enables collecting the list of files opened by the RADIUS process.

If set to 0, disables collecting the list of files opened by the RADIUS process.

Default value is 1.

memory

If set to 1, enables collecting memory usage details of RADIUS process.

If set to 0, disables collecting memory usage details of RADIUS process.

Default value is 1.

no_of_threads

If set to 1, enables the collection of information about the number of threads running in the RADIUS process.

If set to 0, disables the collection of information about the number of threads running in the RADIUS process.

Default value is 1.

pmap

If set to 1, enables collecting memory map details of RADIUS process.

If set to 0, disables collecting memory map details of RADIUS process.

Default value is 1.

pstack

If set to 1, enables collecting stack usage details of RADIUS process.

If set to 0, disables collecting stack usage details of RADIUS process.

Default value is 1.

status_verbose

If set to 1, enables collecting the output of ./sbrd status -v command.

If set to 0, disables collecting the output of ./sbrd status -v command.

Default value is 1.

[Cstserver_Process_Info] Section

The [Cstserver_Process_Info] section (Table 232) specifies the separate session database process specific information to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected information is stored in the files under a directory named CSTServer_Process_Info, in the Level1 tar file.

Note: This section is applicable only when SBR Carrier is running in a Linux machine.

Table 232: SIR.conf [Cstserver_Process_Info] Fields

Parameter

Function

cpu_usage

If set to 1, enables collecting CPU usage details of separate session database process.

If set to 0, disables collecting CPU usage details of separate session database process.

Default value is 1.

lsof_or_pfiles

If set to 1, enables collecting the list of files opened by the separate session database process.

If set to 0, disables collecting the list of files opened by the separate session database process.

Default value is 1.

memory

If set to 1, enables collecting memory usage details of separate session database process.

If set to 0, disables collecting memory usage details of separate session database process.

Default value is 1.

no_of_threads

If set to 1, enables the collection of information about the number of threads running in the separate session database process.

If set to 0, disables the collection of information about the number of threads running in the separate session database process.

Default value is 1.

pmap

If set to 1, enables collecting memory map details of separate session database process.

If set to 0, disables collecting memory map details of separate session database process.

Default value is 1.

pstack

If set to 1, enables collecting stack usage details of separate session database process.

If set to 0, disables collecting stack usage details of separate session database process.

Default value is 1.

[SBR_XML] Section

The [SBR_XML] section (Table 233) specifies the XML configuration files to be collected by the SIR.sh script. You can specify any .xml files in the [SBR_XML] section other than the files listed in Table 233. To collect the particular .xml file, specify the file name and set it to 1. The collected files are stored in a directory named SBR_XML, in the Level1 tar file.

Table 233: SIR.conf [SBR_XML] Fields

Parameter

Function

administration.xml

If set to 1, enables the collection of administration.xml file.

If set to 0, disables the collection of administration.xml file.

Default value is 1.

deviceModels.xml

If set to 1, enables the collection of deviceModels.xml file.

If set to 0, disables the collection of deviceModels.xml file.

Default value is 1.

[System_Info] Section

The [System_Info] section (Table 234) specifies the system specific information to be collected by the SIR.sh script. The collected information is stored in the files under a directory named System_Info, in the Level1 tar file.

Table 234: SIR.conf [System_Info] Fields

Parameter

Function

Disk_Usage

If set to 1, enables collecting system disk space usage details.

If set to 0, disables collecting system disk space usage details.

Default value is 1.

Environment

If set to 1, enables collecting the environment variables set in the system.

If set to 0, disables collecting the environment variables set in the system.

Default value is 1.

Hardware

If set to 1, enables collecting system hardware details.

If set to 0, disables collecting system hardware details.

Default value is 1.

Iostat

If set to 1, enables collecting I/O statistics such as terminal, disk, and tape I/O activities.

If set to 0, disables collecting I/O statistics.

Default value is 1.

Netstat

If set to 1, enables the collection of information about listening and non-listening sockets.

If set to 0, disables the collection of information about listening and non-listening sockets.

Default value is 1.

Opened_File

If set to 1, enables collecting the list of open files in the system.

If set to 0, disables collecting the list of open files in the system.

Default value is 1.

OpenldapVersion

If set to 1, enables collecting OpenLDAP version details.

If set to 0, disables collecting OpenLDAP version details.

Default value is 1.

OpensslVersion

If set to 1, enables collecting OpenSSL version details.

If set to 0, disables collecting OpenSSL version details.

Default value is 1.

OS_Version

If set to 1, enables collecting OS type and version details.

If set to 0, disables collecting OS type and version details.

Default value is 1.

RAM_Memory

If set to 1, enables collecting system memory details.

If set to 0, disables collecting system memory details.

Default value is 1.

Running_Process

If set to 1, enables the collection of information about all the processes running in the system.

If set to 0, disables the collection of information about all the processes running in the system.

Default value is 1.

Ulimit

If set to 1, enables collecting limit values set in the system.

If set to 0, disables collecting limit values set in the system.

Default value is 1.

Uname

If set to 1, enables collecting the system name.

If set to 0, disables collecting the system name.

Default value is 1.

Modified: 2017-09-27