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Log File Status - performing log maintenance on CW 2000

My current File System Utilization sits at 107% for all *.log files.

This does go up higher, but I am able to bring this value down by running the logbackup.pl manually.

My question is how or should I not be able to get the size of these any lower.

Am viewing the details from CW2K - Server Configuration - Administration - Log File Status.

Much thanks

Craig

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Re: Log File Status - performing log maintenance on CW 2000

The File System Utilization is a measure of your actual file system used. The log files are only a part of the system so cleaning these out will only have an effect if the log files are a significant chunk of your disk space. When you run the logbackup.pl script, you probably will want to specificy another drive to backup the logs to.

However, if you utilization if over 100%, it may be reading something incorrectly. Try cleaning up your drive or get a larger drive to get the number down.

Blue

Re: Log File Status - performing log maintenance on CW 2000

If your log file size is growing and you want to rotate them, you can get the logrot script from TAC. It works pretty neat.

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