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  • Log file cleanup isn’t affecting Lotus Notes database size

    We've been doing a ton of clean up on our log files in Lotus Notes database. The problem is that it's not affecting the document count and the database size. We're using Lotus Notes 6.5. What's the process behind this? Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Vert.x centralized logging approach

    I'm searching a centralized logging approach for vertx (groovy) multi-verticale case. My aim is to have a single log-file where I could write my logging information from all currently connected clients. Could you recommend appropriate for this aim a logging framework?

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  • Suggestions for centralized network logging

    At our department, we're creating a distributed application (which would be across several machines on a LAN). We don't want to send log files locally for each machine (that would fill up the disks) so we're looking to centralize logging over the network. Most of the files won't be important so a...

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  • Oakley log file in Windows server 2008

    What is the Oakley log file in Windows server 2008?

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  • Conversion of *.log file to *.chk

    Is it possible one converts log file to chk? I have some data (HESSIAN = frequency calculation results) in the *.log file and the data can only be read by a code if those be in *.chk format.

    r9219765 pointsBadges:
  • Can I delete setupact.log?

    I have a vague understanding of what this .log file is for, but I am trying to clean up an old PC with limited space and this thing is 2.6g. Can I delete it safely?

    Frankenburner25 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2010 log files

    My Exchange server recently filled its storage with log files. Apparently they weren't being purged. How do I 1. Release the space taken by these logs?2. How do i prevent this from happening again? Thanks.

    Boyesy5 pointsBadges:
  • I found old E00000 log files

    Hello - I found a folder on my Exchange server that contains about 1 year's worth of log files dated July 2010 through June 2011. The folder is 5GB in size and I'd love to delete it. I have 2 questions. 1. Is there any reason to keep these log files? 2. Where in EMC can I check to see where the...

    GeoJono5 pointsBadges:
  • Delete the two months old log files

    Hi, Basically it has to find out the two month old files by comparing the time stamp with another files according to that I have to delete the two month old files in the log folder. It has to find out the two month old log files by compare the today date.

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  • AS400 Trigger – Old and New Fields

    I am trying to create a log file for my physical files that shows me: the file name, the program making the change, the date of change, the name of the updated field, the old value, and the new value for that field. From what I've seen triggers only give you the RECORD old and new values but not...

    Dns68965 pointsBadges:
  • Mounting USB drive in Ubuntu

    How can I mount a USB drive in Ubuntu or RedHat for read and write access? We need to copy log files to the thumb drive.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Online redo log file in Oracle 10g

    how can we see or know online redo log file is full or empty in oracle 10g?

    Nitingarg5 pointsBadges:
  • command to create log files in as/400

    command to create log files in as/400

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  • SQL transcation log file

    Hi there, I developer is building a commercial application for me.  We are stuck at some point that we seem unable to deal with. The application being built is capable of dealing only with tables with primary keys.  We need it also to handle tables with no primary keys.  For clarity, we have no...

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  • Converting a log file in C#

    how to convert a log file in text format into sql database

    Riyapavithravarsha5 pointsBadges:
  • Scripting the editing of a log/text file

    I am looking to remove complete lines of text from a log file. Would prefer to do this in a batch file if possible and also to use wildcards in the searching for the line to remove. i.e. find the text within a file matching "the content of this file stating * to be removed" (where the asterisk is...

    MicJ155 pointsBadges:
  • Log files – Exchange 2003

    I am looking to prune the log files in an Exchange Server 2003 installation. Before I actually delete the files I have a question regarding exactly what the log(s) are recording and whether deleting them will have an adverse effect on the performance of the server. Our environment also includes...

    Pressler29042,190 pointsBadges:
  • Shared folder server activity

    What would be the best way to log data for files in a shared directory (and sub-directories) on a server? The type of information needed would be something like this: - File accessed - By whom the file was accessed - Date/Time opened - Date/Time closed (if possible) - Date/Time file saved...

    Memonboys45 pointsBadges:
  • Last 5 lines of my log file

    Hi, I am looking for a UNIX command that would return me the last 5 lines of my file. Can anyone help? Thanks

    Manasi20 pointsBadges:
  • Log reports

    Hi, I am looking at some tool which will send the admin logs from workstations. These logs would be logs of CD Writing, CD Reading, Running unauthorized files, Viewing movies, copying files from hard disk to removable media like CD, Flash drive, Memory stick, floppy, etc, downloading and uploading...

    Jagdish60 pointsBadges:
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