Verifying LiveUpdate Administrator 2.x Purge Operations
|Article:TECH147134|||||Created: 2010-12-29|||||Updated: 2011-12-02|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH147134|
The LUA 2.x Event Log records that LUA 2.x has "Successfully purged old contents on server 'Default Production Distribution Center'. Total of 'x' updates were purged." How can this be verified? Can the names of the individual files be determined?
Example Event Log entries:
29/12/10 00:30:42 GMT Distribution Center Cleanup informational LUA Startup Successfully purged old contents on server "Default Production Distribution Center". Total of "43" updates were purged.
29/12/10 00:33:59 GMT Distribution Center Cleanup informational LUA Startup Successfully purged old contents on server "Test Network". Total of "44" updates were purged.
To view the exact files that were purged in the most recent job, it is necessary to examine the lua-application.log files. Find the log (lua-application.log.1, lua-application.log.2, etc) that corresponds to the time in question. (The frequency and time for purge jobs is configured under LUA preferences: "Purge updates in Distribution Centers.") Search through the correct log for all instances of the phrase “Deleting file :” - in an example set of logs these are:
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