Interpreting Logical-Log Records

In This Chapter

To display the logical-log records that the logical-log files contain, use the onlog utility.

This chapter provides the following information:
  • Brief guidance on reading logical-log records
  • A listing of the different logical-log record types

In general, you do not need to read and interpret your logical-log files. However, onlog output is useful in debugging situations. For example, you might want to use onlog to track a specific transaction or to see what changes the database server made to a specific tblspace. You can also use onlog to investigate the cause of an error that occurs during a rollforward. For more information, see onlog: Display Logical-Log Contents.

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