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Logging File Settings Don't Work - Coldfusion Server Administration

Well, the Topic Summary above seems to explain the problem. We are trying to limit the size of the log files to 1000 KB (1 MB). We also want to keep 10 archived copies. Here are the settings that are being used: Maximum File Size (kb) 1000 Maximum Number of Archives: 10 For some reason the cfserver log file does not stop at 1 MB has reached over 6 MB. Any ideas? And as always, Thanks in Advance!! PS: And yes we are saving the settings before closing the Administrator....

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    Default Logging File Settings Don't Work

    Well, the Topic Summary above seems to explain the problem. We are trying to
    limit the size of the log files to 1000 KB (1 MB). We also want to keep 10
    archived copies. Here are the settings that are being used:

    Maximum File Size (kb) 1000
    Maximum Number of Archives: 10

    For some reason the cfserver log file does not stop at 1 MB has reached over 6
    MB.
    Any ideas? And as always, Thanks in Advance!!

    PS: And yes we are saving the settings before closing the Administrator.


    rcapra Guest

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    Default Re: Logging File Settings Don't Work

    Have you tried restarting the ColdFusion services after making your change?
    Grizzly9279 Guest

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    Default Re: Logging File Settings Don't Work

    Thanks Grizz,
    And yes, the server is restarted every day.

    Thanks again for the quick response,

    Rick
    rcapra Guest

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    Default Re: Logging File Settings Don't Work

    Strange - I'm not sure what the problem would be than. Perhaps it's a bug of some sort. Have you updated ColdFusion to the latest patch level (8.0.1)?
    Grizzly9279 Guest

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    Default Re: Logging File Settings Don't Work

    Thanks Grizz, but we are running 6.1 with all of the latest updates and Hot
    Fixes. I work for a state orgainization for their unemployment web site, and
    they upgrade not when a new release is issued, but when they can financially
    justify the expense.

    rcapra Guest

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