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May 27, 2008 1:22pm
Medium Bug Labs team jconnolly 285 posts

I figured I'd start a thread to document some hacks that I've thrown together for fine-tuning my interactions with the BUG.

With R1.1 of the Rootfs up, and R1.2 scheduled for release very soon, there are some things that are included as features, and others that haven't been included for any number of reasons. One example is that the /var/log/concierge.log is overwritten each time /etc/rc.d/init.d/concierge is restarted (at boot, or manually via the console). One reason to do this is that the file could get excessively large. the /var/log/kern.log is rolling (as configured with syslog, so while it may be large, at least it doesn't grow out of control.

One thing I do when I get my hands on a fresh production BUG is to modify my concierge (OSGi) start script to append, rather than overwrite, my log.

Assuming you have network access and can open a terminal or command window, you'll want to telnet into your bug (windows users should consider downloading putty) and edit /etc/rc.d/init.d/concierge script



More to come, and this thread will be turned into a wiki entry, or many.
May 29, 2008 6:43am
Medium Bug Labs team jconnolly 285 posts

Sometimes on the BUG an app becomes unresponsive or the VM itself can crash if you putz around too much (which I happen to do fairly often :wink: ). I have a few commands I use to start the VM and concierge anew, which can be thrown into a script.


/etc/rc.d/init.d/concierge stop
rm /opt/concierge/apps/*
rm -fr /opt/concierge/storage
find /opt/concierge/ -name \*program\*.bin | xargs rm $1
sleep 2
/etc/rc.d/init.d/concierge start
tail -f /var/log/concierge.log


/etc/rc.d/init.d/concierge stop does what it looks like. It's the equivalent of hitting the escape button on your keyboard with the Virtual BUG. Sometimes this isn't enough to kill it, and you may need to kill the vm altogether. In that case, you'll want to do something like killall cvm and proceed with the commands below.

rm /opt/concierge/apps/* removes all of the applications from the apps folder, which is scanned upon reboot to restart bundles. I do this to start anew.

rm -fr /opt/concierge/storage removes any bundle storage.

find /opt/concierge/ -name \*program\*.bin | xargs rm $1
will remove the UserAppManager's persistent information about bundle behavior. I find this line particularly convenient when a bundle is blocked from restarting (because, say, it has an exception in it's doStart method and is terminated).

/etc/rc.d/init.d/concierge start does what it looks like: starts concierge back up again (also starts the vm, if not running already).

tail -f /var/log/concierge.log
is a command I probably use 1000 times a day, it just tails the last 10 lines of concierge.log, the output of the VM. This is the "console" on your BUG. the -f option just follows the log, so any new output is printed to screen.

more to come................
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