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Deleting old log files from IDS4210

Is there a way to delete old event log files from the IDM? If not, what is the best way to remove them.

Thanks,

Maged

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Re: Deleting old log files from IDS4210

By default, old log files are deleted automatically as the system fills the disk and the files age.

You can manually "clean up" using the following procedure:

Login as netrangr and cd to the /usr/nr/var directory.

run idsstop

/usr/bin/rm -f dump/* errors/* iplog/* iplog/new/* iplog/dump/* new/* log.* errors.*

run idsstart

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Cisco Employee

Re: Deleting old log files from IDS4210

By default, old log files are deleted automatically as the system fills the disk and the files age.

You can manually "clean up" using the following procedure:

Login as netrangr and cd to the /usr/nr/var directory.

run idsstop

/usr/bin/rm -f dump/* errors/* iplog/* iplog/new/* iplog/dump/* new/* log.* errors.*

run idsstart

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