Increase server logging

JVamJVam Member
Is there a way to increase logging output for the server?

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  • JonathanOSXJonathanOSX ForumAdmin admin
    Not across the board. What additional information are you looking for?
  • I'm getting some display freezing issues that I think I have narrowed down to the vnc server:

    - The display from the viewer (EggPlant on PC) randomly locks up until anything in the display is manually moved/refocused, at this point the cached instructions that were sent while the display was frozen get fired off and the screen returns to a responsive state.

    - The server (Vine on OSX Lion) logs show commands being executed just as I have mentioned (after the screen has recovered). I wondered if there was something more detailed that might show the server receiving the instructions so we can see where the error may lie - the EggPlant script continues to run until the job inevitably fails.

    Currently the logs just states that the connection has been made. Last line from logs:
    "OSXvnc-server [77938:2d27] Client Connected - Registering Screen Update Notification"

    While just clicking anywhere on the screen is enough to force it to recover and continue, it does make automation rather difficult!
  • JonathanOSXJonathanOSX ForumAdmin admin
    Which version of Vine Server are you using (and what is the Mac OS X version)?

    There actually is some extra logging both in eggPlant and Vine Server -- but your scenario sounds pretty messed up and so we would like to figure out what's up.
  • harrybroharrybro Member
    edited July 2014
    I do not know because i am not regular....




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  • Cheers for the reply Jonathan, but we have managed to find the source of the problem - not EggPlant or Vines fault it turns out.

    We are using: OSX Lion 10.7.3, Vine Server 4.0 and EggPlant v12

    Because the mac we were using was in a different part of the office we hardly looked at the physical machine. Turns out somebody was vnc-ing into another account using screen sharing, loading up loads of heavy programs and leaving them running - crashing everything around it. We were also running simulators in our session.

    Some polite negotiations seem to have resolved this one!
  • JonathanOSXJonathanOSX ForumAdmin admin
    I'm glad you determined the source of the problem. Let us know if you have any more issues.
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