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How to view cmf.log file that is created when performing Ciscoworks backup

How to view the cmf.log file on Solaris opearting system. Cannot more the file. When we more the file output is garbage. Is there a command to view the cmf.log file that is created when performing a backup of Ciscoworks.

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Re: How to view cmf.log file that is created when performing Cis

The cmf.log is a database transaction log. This file should NEVER be touched. If you corrupt this file, then the cmf database will not start. The file is created whenever the cmf database engine is started. Assuming the database is properly shut down, the file will be automatically deleted.

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