Make Oracle Application Server 10g error logging more verbose

Posted on 2010-01-04
Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Hello Experts,

I am seeing some java errors (concurrent modification, null pointer etc.) in my java web application. I would like to increase the verbosity of the error logs to get some more information on these.

I think I need to change settings in this file :
/home/oracle/product/ but don't know what to add to make logging verbose.

Alternatively, is there a way of changing error logging settings through the Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g tool ?
Question by:COMPSUPP
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    Looking there I find this:
    In the console where we put the JVM arguements, Add the following parameter:

    does that mean add this into opmc.xml somewhere ? Also, I am not sure that turning on verbose garbage collection will help me. I want to turn on verbose error logging in general...

    Author Comment

    sorry I meant opmn.xml, that was a typo
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    Yes it means.
    ps you have 2 opmn.xml

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