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Sanjiv Sharma_1
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Cluster logs growing

Hi,

I have a two node cluster. 2*N4000/HP-UX 11.00 with
B3935DA A.11.12 MC / Service Guard
and Informix Dynamic server 2000.

There are altogether 6 packages running. 3 each on each server.

It has been found that on one of the package(running IDS 2000) log file there is an entry
DebugLevel set to : 9
DebugLevel set to : 9
..........
...........

This message is cotinuously increasing and the root filesystem become 100% almost every alternate day.

How can I find which program is writting this message to this file?

Thanks,
Raje.
Everything is possible
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Elif Gius
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Re: Cluster logs growing

You can look what process write to you logfile if you use "lsof"

lsof |grep logname

Then you get a list of processes ...
Ask your DBAs if they have turned on tracing...
what are the entries about... about informix or abeout cluster ???
John Palmer
Honored Contributor

Re: Cluster logs growing

Running fuser logfile would tell you if any processes had the logfile open.

I'd be checking any configuration files to see if there's a debug level set somewhere as well.

Regards,
John
melvyn burnard
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Re: Cluster logs growing

It appears that hte package application that has been started by htis package has ben set to have increased logging. I would suggest you contact Informix and ask them about this one.
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Rainer von Bongartz
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Re: Cluster logs growing

I guess that your IDS is executing some stored procedure with debug set.

Check your stored procedures for statements containing

set debug on;

Regards
Rainer
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