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SQL Anywhere 11.0.0 » Context-Sensitive Help » QAnywhere Plug-in help » QAnywhere plug-in properties windows

 

Agent Configuration window: Logging tab

This tab has the following components:

Enable Agent logging   Select this option to enable Agent logging. If the checkbox is cleared, Agent logging is not enabled. All additional options on the Logging tab are only available if Enable Agent Logging is selected.

  • Log these events   Select one or more of the following events to log. If a checkbox is cleared, that event is not logged. A high level of verbosity may affect performance and should normally be used in the development phase only. See -v option.

    • Message transfers   Show all the message synchronizations that are initialized by QAnywhere Agent. See -v option.

    • Push notifications   Show all message push notifications. The QAnywhere Agent receives these notifications from the Listener utility via the MobiLink server, which includes a MobiLink Notifier.

    • Rule executions   Show the SQL that is used to represent the transmission rules. See -v option.

    • Synchronization client   Show all dbmlsync logging. This causes the SQL Anywhere synchronization client (dbmlsync) to start with verbosity level -v+. See the dbmlsync -v option.

    • Network status changes   Show all network status change notifications. the QAnywhere Agent receives these notifications from the Listener utility. See -v option.

    • Listener events   Show all MobiLink Listener logging. This causes the MobiLink Listener (dblsn) to start with verbosity level -v3. See the -v option in the Listener syntax.

Log to   Type the path and name of the file used to store the logged information, or click Browse to navigate to the file and then click Open. If the file already exists, new log information is appended to the end of the file. See -o option.

Erase contents of file on startup   Select this option if you want the contents of the log file to be erased on startup. If the checkbox is cleared, the contents of the file are not erased on startup. See -ot option.

Grow log file indefinitely   Select this option if you do not want to limit the size of the log file.

Limit size of log file   Select this option to limit the size of the log file to a predefined size.

  • Start a new log file when size reaches   Type the size the log file can reach, in kilobytes, before a new log file is started. The minimum size limit is 10k. The default is 64 KB. This option is only available if you selected Limit Size of Log File. See -on option.

    • Keep one old log file   Select this option to keep only one old log file. The most recent log file is kept. See -on option.

    • Keep all old log files   Select this option to keep all old log files. See -os option.

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