SiteMinder SNMP logging on Unix

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Article ID: 40517

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Products

CA Single Sign On Secure Proxy Server (SiteMinder) AXIOMATICS POLICY SERVER CA Single Sign On SOA Security Manager (SiteMinder) CA Single Sign-On

Issue/Introduction

Question:  

- What logs does the SiteMinder SNMP process write to?

 

Answer: 

The SiteMinder SNMP process writes to the following logs:

  • <siteminder-ps-location>/etc/snmp/conf/Logs/agent.log

This log contains information about the SiteMinder SNMP agent process including startup, functions being called, and shutdown.

 

  • <siteminder-ps-location>/etc/snmp/conf/nohup.out

 

  • <siteminder-ps-location>/log/smpolicysrv_snmptrap.log  

This log contains trap logging information.  In order to enable this logging you must set the environment variable NETE_SNMPLOG_ENABLED=1.

Note:  The documentation incorrectly states the logs smservauth_snmptrap.log, smservaz_snmptrap.log, smservacct_snmptrap.log, and smservadm_snmptrap.log are created.  This is out of date and the documentation will be corrected.

Environment

Release: ESPSTM99000-12.51-Single Sign On-Extended Support Plus
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