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CiscoWorks log overflooded

Hi all

I have two logs which are overflooded. Can anyone tell me what these records indicate, and what to do?

In dmgtDbg.log these INFO records come again and again:

[Tue Nov 04 07:05:31 W. Europe Standard Time 2008][dmgrDbg]##### INFO ##### re-evaluate DbgLevel=0x0

[Tue Nov 04 07:05:37 W. Europe Standard Time 2008][dmgrDbg][dmgrDbg] getenv(PX_DBG)=NULL

[Tue Nov 04 07:05:37 W. Europe Standard Time 2008][dmgrDbg][dmgrDbg] getenv(PX_MY_DEBUG)=NULL

[Tue Nov 04 07:05:37 W. Europe Standard Time 2008][dmgrDbg][dmgrDbg] getenv(PX_MY_TRACE)=NULL

[Tue Nov 04 07:05:37 W. Europe Standard Time 2008][dmgrDbg][dmgrDbg] getenv(PX_DBG_LEVEL)=NULL

The CSDiscovery.log is growing very fast (maybe this is normal?)with records like this:

070027 GeneralSystemAGI@45: [EvalTask-DiscoveryThreadPool-19/10.200.2.15]GeneralSystemAGI: eval() >>>

070027 GeneralSystemAGI@63: [EvalTask-DiscoveryThreadPool-19/10.200.2.15]GeneralSystemAGI: eval() <<<

070027 GeneralIpAddrAGI@42: [EvalTask-DiscoveryThreadPool-19/10.200.2.15]GeneralIpAddrAGI: eval() >>>

I regularly run the logbackup.pl that emptys the log. But the recomended filesize of 1024KBytes is soon reaced again.

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Re: CiscoWorks log overflooded

The messages in dmgtDbg.log are typical. You will just need to rotate this file when it gets too big. The log file size recommendations are on the low side, so I wouldn't worry about those.

As for the CSDiscovery.log, go to Common Services > Server > Admin > CS Log Configurations, and make sure CS Discovery debugging is disabled.

Re: CiscoWorks log overflooded

Use logrot.pl to have logs rotated automaticly from CSCOpx/bin/logrot.pl -c and the config file is stored under NMSROOT/objects/logrot.

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