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[NSM] How to verify if GuiSvr has successfully started and DevSvr is connected to it?



Article ID: KB23269 KB Last Updated: 13 Mar 2012Version: 1.0
This article provides information on how to verify if GuiSvr has successfully started and DevSvr is connected to it.
Once the NSM services are started or restarted, which error logs should be checked to verify if:

  • The GuiSvr has started successfully

  • and devSvr is connected to it.

Run the following command on the NSM CLI (log in as root user):
tail -f /var/netscreen/GuiSvr/errorLog/guiDaemon.0

Ideally, if everything is working fine, the following messages should appear in the log file:
[12/11/2012 19:48:38.802] [Notice] [2187904-gdNetConfig.c:766] GUI daemon starte
d successfully
[12/11/2012 19:48:42.782] [Notice] [2187904-nsSystemStatusManager.c:1775] devSvr
Manager connected
[12/11/2012 19:48:44.508] [Notice] [2187904-nsGuidNspServer.c:963] Constructing
[12/11/2012 19:48:44.509] [Notice] [2187904-nsGuidNspServer.c:1060] nsGuidNspSer
ver Constructed.
[12/11/2012 19:48:44.509] [Notice] [123579312-nsGuidNspServer.c:1664] DC connect
ed: 153718824

GuiDaemon started successfully implies that the NSM database is successfully loaded. DC connected implies that DevSvr is connected to GuiSvr.

Note : to verify if all the sub-processes are running, after the NSM process is started or restarted, use the following commands:
service guiSvr status
service devSvr status
service haSvr status

/etc/init.d/guiSvr status
/etc/init.d/devSvr status
/etc/init.d/haSvr status
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