We've been running on our new NCS about a month now.
Today we realized that any client reports we run don't show any data later than April 6th.
This feels llike a log file that has filled up or logging has stopped working correctly.
I realize you can adjust the number and size of log files but without knowing how much space our current log files are taking up or how the log files are managed (does the oldest log file just get dumped when disk space is running short? or..?) I'm hesistant to mess with those settings.
I've not had a lot of luck finding any detailed information on how the local log files work; anyone have any expertise to add?
What version NCS are you running? I went from the 1.0 to the 18.104.22.168 and the client reports quit working. I can restart the NCS, the reports will work but then they quit working at 11:59 PM every time. Not sure if that is the same problem you are experiencing.
I think we have the same issue. If you go to Administration > Background Tasks, do the Client Status tasks in the Other Background Tasks list show status Failure? If you click on them, do they indicate a Java NullPointerException? Assuming so, it sounds like it's a bug...
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