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Restricting the Reconciliation Engine log file size

In the Reconciliation Engine if the logging level is set to debug, the arrecond.log file that stores the logs becomes large in size. It can grow to a size that is in multiple Gigabytes (GB). As a result, it is difficult to open the log file to analyze logs.

To control the file size of the log file, you can edit the configuration options from the Server Configuration. A value of zero indicates that the limit on the maximum file size is not specified. In that case, the log file takes the default value. The default value is of 20480KB (20MB). You can specify the log file size value in the range from 0 to 2097152 KB (2GB).

When the file size of the arrecond.log file reaches the maximum size, the Reconciliation Engine automatically renames this file to arrecond_1.log and writes further logs to the arrecond.log file. Thus, the arrecond.log file is always the latest log file, and the arrecond_highestNumber.log is the latest backup file.

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Comments

  1. Neelam Bhujbal

    Please rephrase the sentence:

    A value of zero indicates that the maximum file size is not specified.

    As,

    A value of zero indicates that no limit on the maximum file size.

    Sep 12, 2012 02:27
    1. Vaijayanti Nerkar

      Done

      Sep 12, 2012 02:30