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Task Status Pane

Located at the bottom of X Manager and the Administrative Console, the Task Status pane displays messages about connection status and long-running tasks that are being handled. Typical messages include information about connecting to or disconnecting from a domain, and starting or stopping a session. Error messages are also displayed.

You can customize the behavior of the Task Status pane in the Preferences dialog box; for example, when you start an X session, the Task Status pane identifies the task, indicates progress of the task, and shows the result of the task — cancellation, error, or success.

For tasks related to unsuccessful client connections, click the Information ("i") icon on the Task Status pane to display the Start Client dialog box, which provides client information.

Reflection X Advantage log files are also a source of information.

Reflection X log files are created for the following applications and services:

 

Application

Log file

 

 

X Manager

xmanager.log

 

 

X Manager for Domains

xmanager.log

 

 

X Administrative Console

xadmin.log

 

 

rxsconfig

rxsconfig.log

 

 

rxmigrate

migration.log

 

 

Service

Log file

 

 

Reflection X Service

rxs.log

 

 

Domain Controller
(process of Reflection X Service)

domain.log

 

 

Domain Node
(process of Reflection X Service)

node.log

 

 

Remote Session Services
(process of Reflection X Service)

node.log

 

The locations of these log files vary by platform:

 

Windows

Application log files: %USERPROFILE%\.attachmate\rx\logs

Service log files: %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\.attachmate\rx\logs

 

UNIX

Application log files:
~/.attachmate/rx/logs

Service log files:
rxs.log (service launcher)
/var/log

rxs.log (log file for the service itself), domain.log, node.log, rxsconfig.log
/opt/rxadvantage/logs

 

HP-UX

Application log files:
~/.attachmate/rx/logs

Service log files:
rxs.log (service launcher)
/var/adm

rxs.log (log file for the service itself), domain.log, node.log, rxsconfig.log
/opt/rxadvantage/logs

 

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