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How to cleaning the nwmgr_apa.log

Occasional Visitor

How to cleaning the nwmgr_apa.log

Hi  ....

The file nwmgr_apa.log is very big and i want cleaning, but i don't know if use
# cat /dev/null > nwmgr_apa.log

# tail -50 nwmgr_apa.log > nwmgr_apa.log

thanks  in advance


Bill Hassell
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Re: How to cleaning the nwmgr_apa.log

Just zero out the log. It won't grow like this if you update to the latest APA version.
It's a free download from:

On the other hand, are you using Auto Port Aggregation (ie, LAN teaming)? 
Hint: lanscan or nwmgr
Look for lan900 interfaces.

Bill Hassell, sysadmin
Occasional Visitor

Re: How to cleaning the nwmgr_apa.log

Thanks, i solved. Have de hpapa services started but not in use, for that reason i stopped .