CSDbSync File at 3gig!!!

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Jun 9th, 2003
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I have a CSDbSync file that has grown to 3 Gig on my C: drive. I just installed my ACS software 3 days ago and this is the only file that has grown to this size. What is this file for and can I delete it?

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ywadhavk Mon, 06/09/2003 - 13:50
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Hi Michael,

CSDBSync is the service used to synchronize the Cisco Secure ACS database with third-party relational database management system (RDBMS) systems. CSDBSync synchronizes AAA client, AAA server, network device groups (NDGs) and Proxy Table information with data from a table in an external relational database. For information on RDBMS Synchronization, see RDBMS Synchronization.




About CSDBSync

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/access/acs_soft/csacs4nt/acs31/acsuser/s.htm#601056


Please adjust the parameters for setting up log file maintenance: under Working with CSV Logs section:


http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/access/acs_soft/csacs4nt/acs31/acsuser/r.htm#547308



Thanks,

Yatin

mhoda Mon, 06/09/2003 - 15:30
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Hi,


Are you saying CSDBSync.txt file under the log directory is getting that big? If thats the case, its quite unusual. I would check to see if the RDBMS is set up automatic accidentaly on ACS server. Way you can check that is as follows:


System Configuration --> RDBMS Synchronization -->Synchronization Scheduling


Please set it to Manually. If its already set to Manually, then I would collect package.cab file for further analysis. What version of ACS is it ? Whats the platform?


Thanks,


Mynul

mjgoodman Tue, 06/10/2003 - 06:32
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I have v3.1 and running on a 2000 member server in an NT 4.0 domain. I didn't set anything up in the database are that would replicate or anything like that so it should all be default. All I did was setup the services to logon as an account in my domain with a couple of local policies to act as a system and admin account.


The location of the log file was here:


C:\Program Files\CiscoSecure ACS v3.1\CSDBSync\Logs\CSDbSync 2003-06-07.log


I have since uninstalled ACS and re-installed it on the D: drive so I wouldn't have any problems with the logs filling up and crashing the system.

mhoda Tue, 06/10/2003 - 15:50
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Hi,


If you seeing the huge logs, please see if you can open up the file and paste few lines of logs. Thanks, Mynul

mjgoodman Wed, 06/11/2003 - 02:01
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For starters, the log file is gone since I uninstalled ACS from C: and reinstalled to D:. Also, the file is too big to open. Win2k said it didn't have enough memory even though there is 1gig of ram in it. I appreciate the help and wish I would have saved it or something so I could have opened it in another view or the command line.


Thanks for the assistance.

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