Miva - Profiling and Diagnostic Process with diagtool.mvc
diagtool.mvcfile to the web-root directory (Typically that would be at:
/cgi-bin/mivavm.conffile with the following logging settings (View this miva.com/forum post for other log-level options).
logfile=diagtool.log loglevel=144 logcookie=diagtool
/private/mivadata/diagtool.log. Note that the log file will be appended to for each page tested. It is generally recommended to download the log file locally, and then delete it from the server after each page visit to separate the page results.
mvprofcommand in your terminal. View the syntax and options on this miva.com/forum post. Note that this command may change depending on installation of the mvprof tool, however, it is recommended to add the path for the tool to the global path for your OS. Once the global path is set, you should be able to run the following terminal command:
$ mvprof -output <path/for/outputfile> <path/for/inputfile>
Example (Mac or Unix):
$ cd ~/path/to/diagtool.txt $ mvprof -output diagtool_results.txt diagtool.log
https://www.yourdomain.com/diagtool.mvc, and click the REMOVE TOOL FROM SERVER option.
/cgi-bin/mivavm.confby removing or commenting out the log settings that were added earlier (
Special Thanks to Patrick Stearns for contributing to this doc and adding more detailed steps.