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Increasing file size for incidentActions.log files

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Hi

 

In my customer's NNMi 9.22 on Windows server, we have an issue that because of the frequency of incident-based actions, the incidentActions.<n>.0 logfiles  are not sufficiently big and many to log the incidents for even an entire day.. 

 

I would therefore like to increase the size and/or amount of such log files being created?

 

I have looked into the logging.properties file, but this doesn't seem to contain any entries for the incidentActions logfiles!

 

How can I increase the size/amount of those log files?

 

Cheers,

Frank

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Hello Frank,

 

 

You can change the next options in %NnmDataDir%%\shared\nnm\conf\nnmaction\nnmaction.logging.properties:

 

# Handler to write to <DataDir>/log/nnm/public/incidentActions.0.0.log

(omitted)

com.hp.ov.nms.events.action.log.EventActionsFileHandler.count = 5

com.hp.ov.nms.events.action.log.EventActionsFileHandler.limit = 100000

 

 

I hope this will help.

 

 

Best Regards,

Svetoslav

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Hello Frank,

 

 

You can change the next options in %NnmDataDir%%\shared\nnm\conf\nnmaction\nnmaction.logging.properties:

 

# Handler to write to <DataDir>/log/nnm/public/incidentActions.0.0.log

(omitted)

com.hp.ov.nms.events.action.log.EventActionsFileHandler.count = 5

com.hp.ov.nms.events.action.log.EventActionsFileHandler.limit = 100000

 

 

I hope this will help.

 

 

Best Regards,

Svetoslav

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Fleet Admiral Fleet Admiral
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Ah, embarrasing.. 🙂

 

Thanks Svetoslav!

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Hello Frank

 

How are you doing , I hope everything is going well on your end , is not embarrassing :). I would like to share additional information .

 

 

Please check this additional tips

 

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Network-Node-Manager-Support/Best-practices-configuring-actions-9-20/m-p/5952339#.UpYq8GbnaZM

 

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