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Changing Log File Directories

Hi Experts,

Can I change log file directories as listed in Common Services>Admin>Report>Log Files? Any procedure guide to refer for each log file directory to be changed?

Thanks & Regards

Yi Shyuan

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Cisco Employee

Re: Changing Log File Directories

Relocating application log files is not currently supported.

New Member

Re: Changing Log File Directories

If the purpose of doing this, is to keep the log space within it limits, then in LMS 3.1 you can rotate logs and move to old logs to a backup location

Server -> Admin -> Log Rotation

This will assure that you will have enough free space on the filesystem where LMS runs.

Cheers,

Michel

New Member

Re: Changing Log File Directories

Hi Michel,

Thanks for the reply. I am currently using LMS 3.0. However, I could still run logrot from cmd if I the log file space is running out. The disadvantage of doing so is some log files might require offline rotation job and hence I will have to stop and start daemon manager and this might cause LMS 3.0 to hang.

Thanks and Regards

Yi Shyuan

New Member

Re: Changing Log File Directories

Upgrading to 3.1 would solve that.

You can use the same license. There is no reason to stay on 3.0.

LMS 3.1 seems more stable and more coherent to me.

Cheers,

Michel

New Member

Re: Changing Log File Directories

Hi Michel,

Any procedure or URL to guide me what or how to upgrade to LMS 3.1?

Thanks & Regards,

Yi Shyuan

Cisco Employee

Re: Changing Log File Directories

No it wouldn't. Some log files, even in LMS 3.1, require offline rotation. The most notable example is jrm.log.

New Member

Re: Changing Log File Directories

Hi Joe,

May I know is it free to upgrade LMS 3.0 to LMS 3.1 by just using LMS 3.0 license? How should I go about this?

Thanks and Regards,

YS

Re: Changing Log File Directories

the upgrade from LMS 3.0 to LMS 3.1 is free and you can use your current license file. You can place an order (free of charge) by going to

www.cisco.com/upgrade

and enter your LMS SAS contract #.

Also see this thread for some information if you do not want to wait for the DVD to arrive:

http://forum.cisco.com/eforum/servlet/NetProf?page=netprof&forum=Network%20Infrastructure&topic=Network%20Management&topicID=.ee71a02&fromOutline=&CommCmd=MB%3Fcmd%3Ddisplay_location%26location%3D.2cc21ab8

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