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Ciscoworks2K SQL Log File

Hi,

I have a CW2K server installed and working fine, but I have noticed that a SQL.LOG file is increasing continually until there is not space in the hard disk of the server. Is this a normal situation or there is a problem in my CW2K server?? Please if anybody can help me.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Ciscoworks2K SQL Log File

Exactly which CiscoWorks bundle do you have, and where is this SQL.LOG located? I know of no such file used by LAN Management Solution.

New Member

Re: Ciscoworks2K SQL Log File

Hi,

This is a Ciscoworks 2000, I think it?s LMS 2.1 (old software) and the Log file is located in the main Drive (C:) or the default directory where is installed CW2K (C:\program files\CSCOpx\)

Thanks.

Cisco Employee

Re: Ciscoworks2K SQL Log File

What are some of the contents of this file? I do not recall a mandatory SQL.LOG file even in the older version of LMS.

New Member

Re: Ciscoworks2K SQL Log File

Hi,

The file log size until now is about 3Gb, and some lines containing this file are in the file text attached.

Thanks.

Cisco Employee

Re: Ciscoworks2K SQL Log File

Do you have an external program that is trying to perform direct queries on the RME database?

I haven't seen any sql.log in any version of LMS and from the output in you file it looks like you have a program that may be querying the LMS databases.

Cisco Employee

Re: Ciscoworks2K SQL Log File

Go to Administrative Tools > Data Sources (ODBC) in Windows, and select the Tracing tab. Stop tracing, then you can safely delete this file.

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