Tuesday, January 21, 2014

How to Debug WSO2 Carbon Products using OSGi Console


This post is basically for myself :) , and will be useful for you as well. Intent of this post is to list down frequently used and most useful OSGi commands with examples. For the sake of completeness I will give a small description before stepping into OSGi commands.

Here I will show how to debug WSO2 Carbon products via OSGi console. First you have to start Carbon server with -DosgiConsole property.

./wso2server.sh -DosgiConsole

Once the server is started properly, you can start trying commands in OSGi console. Here are some mostly used OSGi commands.

1) ss

Lists down the bundles with the life-cycle state of them.

ss <bundle_name>

Searches for given bundle name and lists matching bundles.

eg. osgi> ss data

osgi> ss data
"Framework is launched."

id State       Bundle
36 ACTIVE      gdata-core_1.47.0.wso2v1
37 ACTIVE      gdata-spreadsheet_3.0.0.wso2v1
40 ACTIVE      h2-database-engine_1.2.140.wso2v3
110 ACTIVE      org.eclipse.equinox.p2.metadata_2.1.0.v20110510
      ... ... ... ... ...


2) b <bundle_Id>

Shows the details for the specified bundle. Here bundle_id  can be figured out using above ss command.

eg. osgi> b 36

osgi> b 36

gdata-core_1.47.0.wso2v1 [36]

  Id=36, Status=ACTIVE      Data Root=/data/products/dss/wso2dss-3.1.1/repository/components/default/configuration/org.eclipse.osgi/bundles/36/data

  "No registered services."
  No services in use.
  Exported packages
    com.google.gdata.model.atom; version="1.47.0.wso2v1"[exported]
    com.google.gdata.client.uploader; version="1.47.0.wso2v1"[exported]
    com.google.gdata.model.gd; version="1.47.0.wso2v1"[exported]

  Imported packages
    com.google.common.collect; version="13.0.1"<com.google.guava_13.0.1 [21]>

    com.sun.mirror.type; version="0.0.0"<unwired><optional>
    com.sun.mirror.util; version="0.0.0"<unwired><optional>
  No fragment bundles
  Named class space
    gdata-core; bundle-version="1.47.0.wso2v1"[provided]
  No required bundles


3) p <package_name>

Shows the bundles that export and import the specified package.

eg. osgi> p org.apache.log4j

osgi> p org.apache.log4j

org.apache.log4j; version="4.2.0"<org.wso2.carbon.logging_4.2.0 [198]>

  arq_1.0.0.wso2v1 [10] imports

  commons-httpclient_3.1.0.wso2v2 [29] imports

  spring.framework_3.1.0.wso2v1 [347] imports
  webharvest-core_2.0.0.wso2v1 [353] imports
          ... ... ... ... ...


4) diag <bundle_id>

Shows any unsatisfied constraints of the bundle. This can be used to find out why a bundle is not going to its next life cycle state. 

eg. osgi> diag 36

osgi> diag 36

reference:file:../plugins/gdata-core_1.47.0.wso2v1.jar [36]

  Direct constraints which are unresolved:

    Missing optionally imported package com.google.api.client.auth.oauth2_0.0.0.
    Missing optionally imported package com.sun.mirror.apt_0.0.0.
    Missing optionally imported package com.sun.mirror.declaration_0.0.0.
            ... ... ... ... ...


5) ls or list

Lists down the states of all OSGI components.

ls -c 

Lists down details of all OSGI components.

ls -c <bundle_id> or comp <component_id>

Lists down details all components of the specified bundle, or details specified OSGI components.

eg. osgi> ls -c 154 or osgi> comp 26

osgi> ls -c 154 

Components in bundle org.wso2.carbon.dataservices.core: 
ID Component details
26 Component[
name = dataservices.component
factory = null
autoenable = true
immediate = true
               ... ... ... ... ...

osgi> comp 26 

Components in bundle org.wso2.carbon.dataservices.core: 

ID Component details

26 Component[
name = dataservices.component
factory = null
autoenable = true
immediate = true
               ... ... ... ... ...


6) services

Displays registered service details.

services <service_name>

Displays specified service details.

eg. services org.eclipse.osgi.framework.log.FrameworkLog

osgi> services org.eclipse.osgi.framework.log.FrameworkLog

{org.eclipse.osgi.framework.log.FrameworkLog}={service.ranking=2147483647, service.pid=0.org.eclipse.core.runtime.internal.adaptor.EclipseLogFactory, service.vendor=Eclipse.org - Equinox, service.id=8}
  "Registered by bundle:" org.eclipse.osgi_3.8.1.v20120830-144521 [0]
  "Bundles using service"
    org.eclipse.equinox.ds_1.4.0.v20120522-1841 [92]
    org.eclipse.core.runtime_3.8.0.v20120521-2346 [82]
    org.eclipse.equinox.app_1.3.100.v20120522-1841 [88]
{org.eclipse.osgi.framework.log.FrameworkLog}={service.ranking=-2147483648, performance=true, service.pid=46org.eclipse.core.runtime.internal.adaptor.EclipseLogFactory$1, service.vendor=Eclipse.org - Equinox, service.id=9}
  "Registered by bundle:" org.eclipse.osgi_3.8.1.v20120830-144521 [0]
  "Bundles using service"
    org.eclipse.core.runtime_3.8.0.v20120521-2346 [82]
    org.eclipse.equinox.app_1.3.100.v20120522-1841 [88]

          ... ... ... ... ...

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