SAS Institute provides a set of sample programs that
you can use as a basis for developing your own programs to analyze server
log data. These sample programs are accessible through SAS help -> Sample
Code -> SAS/SHARE. Names and descriptions of the sample programs follow:
- is a driver program that automates the execution
of all the other programs.
- is a look-up table that associates a macro
variable with each message number that is generated in the server log. For
example, the DINIMSG macro variable is assigned to the 43131 message number,
which corresponds to a PROC SERVER start-up.
- converts the server's log from a file into
a SAS data file.
- creates a set of SAS data files from the
SAS data file that is generated by SLTOOL1.SAS and stores the files in library
SLOGDATA. Each of the created files relates to specific data that is collected
in the log. For example, SLOGDATA.SERVINFO is a data file that records the
server's name and the times that it started and stopped.
- is a sample program.
- is another sample program.
Before you use these programs, you must tune them to
suit your host operating environment and your log analysis needs. Running
an untuned program produces unpredictable results.
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