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  1. #1
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    simple unix question

    Hello all..

    sun 5.8

    I need to find out sqlnet.log file. What is the command to find a file in Sun 5.8 ?...

    thanks a lot
    Ron

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    Hi,

    Try this:

    find / -name sqlnet.log -print

    regards,
    feroz

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    Hi,

    I'm guessing that the unix command "find" is available in Solaris so issuing man find should tell you how to search for a file e.g.
    find /dirname -name sqlnet.log

    The sqlnet.log file should be located in $ORACLE_HOME/network/log.

    HTH

    Nick

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    Here's a tip about finding files for an installed program - useful when there are a gazillion files installed (like Oracle) and the files are pretty much static (names don't change that often)

    In the directory for ORACLE_HOME, do the following:
    ls -laR > 9i.files

    That will list all files and output them to a file named 9i.files. When you need to find a file, you can vi the 9i.files file, do a search for the file name, then scroll up (if necessary) to see which directory the file is in. The file for 9i takes about 5 MB of disk space.

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    Nice tip Steve. No, I said TIP

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