CCClientLogger to Retain Log
IBM® Sterling Control Center
CCClientLogger.xml to configure the
engine logs and/or console logs. You can modify these two properties files to change how the log
files are rolled over and then rolled off. After the log file settings are configured, you could
create a backup/archival process, either manual or through some separate process outside of IBM Sterling Control Center
Monitor. If the content of a log file is
empty, the log file will not be rolled over.
This documentation contains samples of the EngineLogger.xml and
CCClientLogger.xml properties files, which when used as-is will cause log files to
roll over every 12 hours (midday and midnight) without ever rolling off or being limited by size.
The last section provides some notes about the types of parameters changed within the sample
The file format of the log files ends with either
for example, CCEngine_20081105_140306184.log.2008-11-06-AM. This file name
format enables you to easily identify and move or copy all log files for a given time period, such
as 90 days.
To use a sample configuration file, you must replace the existing file contents with the content of the sample configuration file.
Each time, you upgrade to a new version of IBM Sterling Control Center Monitor or install a maintenance release, you must replace the contents of the file to keep the settings that you want.