8.0 Inspecting a Driver’s Cache File

You can use iManager to view the transactions in a driver’s cache file. The Driver Cache Inspector displays information about the cache file, including a list of the events to be processed by the driver.

  1. In iManager, click to display the Identity Manager Administration page.

  2. In the Administration list, click Driver Cache Inspector to display the following page.

    Identity Manager Driver Cache Inspector
  3. Specify the fully distinguished name of the driver whose cache you want to inspect, or click the Browse icon button to select the desired driver, then click OK to display the Driver Cache Inspector page.

    A driver’s cache file can only be read when the driver not running. If the driver is stopped, the Driver Cache Inspector page displays the cache as shown in the screen shot below. If the driver is running, the page displays a Driver not stopped, cache cannot be read note in place of the cache entries. To stop the driver, click the Browse icon button; the cache is then read and displayed.

    • Driver: Lists the driver that is associated with the cache file. Click the link to display the Driver Overview page.

    • Driver Set: Lists the driver set in which the driver resides. Click the link to display the Driver Set Overview page.

    • Driver’s cache on: Lists the server that contains this instance of the cache file. If the driver is running on multiple servers, you can select another server in the list to view the driver’s cache file for that server.

    • Start/Stop Driver icons: Displays the current state of the driver and allows you to start or stop the driver. The cache can only be read while the driver is stopped.

    • Edit icon: Allows you to edit the properties of the currently selected server.

    • Delete: Select entries in the cache, then click Delete to remove them from the cache file.

    • Refresh: Select this option to re-read the cache file and refresh the displayed information.

    • Show: Select the number of entries to display per page. You can select a predefined number (25, 50, or 100) or specify another number of your choice. The default is 50 entries per page. If there are more entries than the number displayed, you can use the and buttons to display the next and previous pages.

    • Actions: Allows you to perform actions on the entries in the cache file. Click Actions to expand the menu, then select one of the following options:

      • Expand All: Expands all of the entries displayed in the cache file.

      • Collapse All: Collapses all of the entries displayed in the cache file.

      • Go To: Allows you to access a specified entry in the cache file. Specify the entry number, then click OK.

      • Cache Summary: Summarizes all of the events stored in the cache file.