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I need the following logs in Hp-ux and I don't know where to find it

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I need the following logs in Hp-ux and I don't know where to find it.  
os logs, oprocd log, oclsmon log
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woolmilkporc earned 500 total points
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Well, I'm not an HPUX expert,

but a quick look at Google revealed:

/etc/oracle/hostname.oprocd.log
$CRS_HOME/log/hostname/cssd/oclsmon

If you can't find the logs in these locations try

find / -type f -name "*oprocd*" -o -name "*oclsmon*" -print 2>/dev/null

The mail log is /var/adm/syslog/mail.log
The su log is /var/adm/sulog
The system startup scripts log is /etc/rc.log
The cron log is /var/adm/cron/log
The print spooler log is /var/adm/lp/log
Raw network logs are in /var/adm/nettl.LOG* . Read these with "netfmt".

/etc/syslog.conf contains syslog locations. /var/adm/syslog/... is the default directory.
Particularly: /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log

Maybe the above could give you some first hints.

Good luck!

wmp
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I found "oclsmon" sometimes referred to as "oclsomon".
Maybe you should search for that name too.

wmp
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Thank you!

The path to the system log on HP-UX is /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log

/var/opt/oracle/oprocd/<node_name>.oprocd.log

$CRS_HOME/log/hostname/cssd/oclsmon/oclsomon.log
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