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Debug log

Ellen_Davis

Active Member
I have changed the debug setting in the ini file on the server to None but I am
still getting debug logs. The logs contain the following information:
Apr 18 08:13:47 ** **** jdeDebugInit -- output disabled in INI file.

I am getting a lot of these each day. Does anyone know how to get stop these
from being created. I have a program that deletes them each night but I would
rather have them not get created in the first place.

Ellen Davis
ES - AS/400 V4R5M0 820
CO - AS/400
JDE - XE SP13.0
DS - NT
Citrix
 

Adrian_Chimirel

Legendary Poster
Ellen,

NONE isn't ... enough!
A very experimented Lister (Perry Burch) told me to:
1 Go to jde.ini
2 Debug section
3 DebugFile line
4 Position your cursor at the right side of the equal sign
5 press enter
6 type ;
7 change the LEVEL to NONE (or another valid entry which is not event driven)
8 and exit
9 with save (of course)
This way, you cleared out the DebugFile AND kept (commented out) the fileName for later usage :)
As Perry was saying, these are only trials and they didn't seem to generate unexpected results, BUT NOT 100% risk free!

Long live the List!

LIVE: B732.1 SP12.2, Oracle 806
SANDBOX: Xe SP15, Oracle 8i
RS/6000, Citrix
 

gerd_renz3

VIP Member
As far as I know the ES does not create any log files they way it is shipped. Compare your jde.ini to a pristine ES ini file. You can find one on your DS under b7333\hosts\AS400\YOURSERVER .
The LogErrors value should be "0" (zero).

Gerd


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Ellen_Davis

Active Member
Adrian,
Thank you, doing your suggestion worked.

Ellen



Adrian_Chimirel <achimirel@hotmail.com>

04/18/2001 10:42 AM

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Ellen,

NONE isn't ... enough!
A very experimented Lister (Perry Burch) told me to:
1 Go to jde.ini
2 Debug section
3 DebugFile line
4 Position your cursor at the right side of the equal sign
5 press enter
6 type ;
7 change the LEVEL to NONE (or another valid entry which is not event driven)
8 and exit
9 with save (of course)
This way, you cleared out the DebugFile AND kept (commented out) the fileName
for later usage :)
As Perry was saying, these are only trials and they didn't seem to generate
unexpected results, BUT NOT 100% risk free!

Long live the List!

LIVE: B732.1 SP12.2, Oracle 806
SANDBOX: Xe SP15, Oracle 8i
RS/6000, Citrix
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