DSDebug is a small, quick little tool that just puts a server into Directory Services debug mode, waits for a specified amount of time and then drops a file on your desktop with the logs, placing the server back into a non-Directory Services debug mode. That’s all. It’s mostly designed to send to an Open Directory server’s administrator, tell them to double-click on it and not have to step anyone through typing much. It waits mostly so you can know how long it’s going to wait… Nice, small and compact. In the future I will likely build in a pattern matcher with some known, common errors, color coding, etc (or maybe I’ll forget like I sometimes do) but for now it fits my need so I thought it might fit yours as well… Oh, and it cleans up after itself, deleting the DirectoryService.debug.log file in case you captured a massive log or want to run it later without a bunch of crap already in the file…
Click here to Download DSDebug
DSDebug will be made on available on the Apps page as well.
krypted January 22nd, 2010
Posted In: Active Directory, Mac OS X Server
automated, debug mode, directory services, GUI, Open Directory