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Video Blog: ITM Nuggets: How to increase the size and number of logs for a Linux / Unix based TEMS
As normal, I like to blog about areas of ITM that I cover when working with you, either through PMRs or direct on customer site.
Today's series topics is all related to increase the log file size on a Linux / Unix based TEMS.
Why would I need this?
There has been a few cases where larger log files were needed to capture the data support needed to identify the problem (especially relating to communications), so here are the simple steps to increase the size and number of logs the TEMS uses before it wraps around its log files.
Video guide (step-by-Step)
Direct Youtube Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/mRBRYZB23WI
You can change these parameters by adding the following 3 lines in
KBB_RAS1_LOG='%(CTIRA_LOG_PATH)/[hostname]_ms_%(systask)_%(sysutcstart)-.log INVENTORY=%(CTIRA_LOG_PATH)/[hostname]_ms_%(systask).inv COUNT=15 LIMIT=10 PRESERVE=1 MAXFILES=20'
INVENTORY is the location of a file that keeps track of all log sections
COUNT is the number of files before wrap around
LIMIT is size in megabytes
PRESERVE log segments to preserve, in this case segment 1
MAXFILES = number of sessions to keep.
NOTE: Remember to replace the [hostname] (as above in bold to the hostname of your system
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