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Oracle® TimesTen In-Memory Database Reference
Release 11.2.1

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ttSyslogCheck (UNIX)


Determines if the system's /etc/syslog.conf file is properly configured for TimesTen. The TimesTen Data Manager uses syslog to log a variety of progress messages. It is highly desirable to configure syslog so that all TimesTen messages are written to disk in a single disk file. The ttSyslogCheck utility examines the syslog configuration (in /etc/syslog.conf) to verify that it is properly configured for TimesTen.

If syslog is properly configured, ttSyslogCheck displays the name of the file that TimesTen messages are logged to and exits with exit code 0. If syslog is not properly configured, ttSyslogCheck displays an error message and exits with code 1.

Required privilege

This utility requires no privileges.


ttSyslogCheck {-h | -help | -?}
ttSyslogCheck {-V | -version}
ttSyslogCheck [-facility name]


ttSyslogCheck has the options:

Option Description



Prints a usage message and exits.
-facility name Specifies the syslog facility name being used for message logging.
-V | -version Prints the release number of ttSyslogCheck and exits.


This utility is supported only where the TimesTen Data Manager is installed.