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1)From which AEM Web Console should the developer access and download full AEM Log Files?
A. Web Console -> System Information
B. Status -> Log files
C. OSGI -> Sing Log Service
D. AEM -> Log files

 

 

2)A developer installs the latest Service pack to a local AEM author instance.
How should the developer install this package on the publish instance?
A. Use upload/install from OSGi console of the author instance
B. Replicate from package manager of publish instance
C. Use upload/install from OSGi console of publish instance
D. Replicate from package manager of the author instance

 

which one is the correct answer?

 

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1.  B. Status -> Log files

You can go though the steps in the options, and you would only find full log files when you go to  Status -> Log files

2. D. Replicate from package manager of the author instance

You cannot install SP package or any packages (.zip) through OSGi, only bundles (.jar)

Replicate is the package equivalent of publish. 

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1.  B. Status -> Log files

You can go though the steps in the options, and you would only find full log files when you go to  Status -> Log files

2. D. Replicate from package manager of the author instance

You cannot install SP package or any packages (.zip) through OSGi, only bundles (.jar)

Replicate is the package equivalent of publish. 

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@Vishal_S01 Please follow the below article for downloading AEM Logs:

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/adobe-daycare-ticket-package-aem-log-files-bhuwan-bhaskar/

 

Adding on top of what @Anmol_Bhardwaj & @DEBAL_DAS answered for your second query If you are upgrading Service Pack for Production Publish (with multiple publishers). Replicating Service Pack forces all publish to install it at the same time and it will affect your live web traffic. To have better control, in your Production environment you can install Service Pack par Publish.

Referencehttps://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-manager/latest-service-pack-upgrad...

 

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@Bhuwan_B ,

I have checked with Devops team in my project , we did installation individually , author first and then publishers[second query].