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Session logs fullfill disk 5 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0
Sometimes our Go-Global user session-logfiles fullfill GoGlobal Server disk.
I assume that happens after when Go-Global Client sessions crash for some reason.
/home/'user'/.graphon/log/'username'-6-session.log.9 , this log file size can be 2Gb.
After few crash case , server disk is fully and we need to remove this logs.

Can I define maximum log size somewhere or some other way to prevent that?
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Re:Session logs fullfill disk 5 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 6
You can change the location of the log files inside the Cluster Manager and also backup, rotate or clean the logs as needed. Check page 99 - 100 in the Administrator Guide.

Maintaining Log Files

GO-Global creates a new log file in the Log folder every time the Application Publishing Service starts. Over time these files can accumulate and consume a significant amount of disk space. To help manage these files, GO-Global lets you delete or backup log files and set file size or age limits.

To delete log files
1. From the Cluster Manager, click Tools | Host Options.
2. Click Log.
3. Under Maintenance, select Delete.
4. Specify how old (in days) log files can become before being deleted.
5. Specify at what size (in megabytes) log files are to be deleted.
6. Click OK.
7. Restart the GO-Global Application Publishing Service.


To backup log files
1. From the Cluster Manager, click Tools | Host Options.
2. Click Log.
3. Under Maintenance, select Back up.
4. Specify how old (in days) log files can become before being moved to the Backup subdirectory of the Log folder.
5. Specify at what size (in megabytes) log files are to be moved to the Backup subdirectory of the Log folder.
6. Click OK.
7. Restart the GO-Global Application Publishing Service.

Once every half hour, and each time it is started, the Application Publishing Service searches the Log folder for files that have reached the specified age or size limit. It then either deletes the files or moves them to the Backup subdirectory of the Log folder.
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