1. Login to Solaris 10 (From windows, I use putty or SSH client, both are good)
2. Type bash to change the shell (I find bash is very convenient shell than ksh)
3. Change to documentum folder: type cd $DOCUMENTUM/dba/log
4. Open the log: type tail -100f <<docbase_name>>.log
The above tail command lists out last 100 lines from the log file. As and when the log file is updated by the server, the refresh happens automatically enabling to see last 100 lines always. This is very useful when the server is throwing lot of log messages.