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Linux/Unix, Management Node:

PVA status: # pvamn status
PVA restart: # pvamn restart
PVA (Control Center) status: # pvacc status
PVA (Control Center) restart: # pvacc restart
Special config file: /opt/pva/mn/bin/pva.conf
[log_folder] – Location of log files, default: /var/log/pva
[etc_folder] – Location of config files, default: /var/opt/pva/mn/etc
To change log level, find vzagent.conf location in pva.conf and change , then restart pvamn
3 – INFO level
4 – DEBUG level
Installation logs: /var/log/pva/setup/
To collect PVA Report run: # /opt/pva/mn/bin/pvareport.sh
Linux/Unix, Slave node:
PVA status: # pvaagent status
PVA restart: # pvaagent restart
PVA (Power Panel) status: # pvapp status
PVA (Power Panel) restart: # pvapp restart
Special config file: /opt/pva/agent/bin/pva.conf
[log_folder] – Location of log files, default: /var/log/pva
[etc_folder] – Location of config files, default: /vz/pva/agent/etc
To change log level, find vzagent.conf location in pva.conf and change , then restart pvaagent
3 – INFO level
4 – DEBUG level
Installation logs: /var/log/pva/setup/
To collect PVA Report run: # /opt/pva/agent/bin/pvareport.sh