keeping handle on log file(s) size

AJ

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As part of my weekly maintenance routine, I maintain a
careful eye on disk space. What I have noticed is that my
log files size {and depending on the server in question}
has increased {servers have three to four application
that run in background}. My question is: How do I
determine which log files can be deleted?

Thanks,
AJ
 

chen

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Actually, all logs can be deleted... They are just... erh... "logs" :).
They are only helping the admin to monitor the server/program. The programs
themself are not using the logs (that's how a normal "log" work).

// Chen

"AJ" <micalisa61@hotmail.com> skrev i meddelandet
news:1cfc601c453ab$61f22a30$a301280a@phx.gbl...
> As part of my weekly maintenance routine, I maintain a
> careful eye on disk space. What I have noticed is that my
> log files size {and depending on the server in question}
> has increased {servers have three to four application
> that run in background}. My question is: How do I
> determine which log files can be deleted?
>
> Thanks,
> AJ
 

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