Troubleshooting and monitoring index tasks
|Article:TECH160420|||||Created: 2011-05-19|||||Updated: 2012-04-23|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH160420|
You want to troubleshoot and monitor index tasks.
An indexing task will create a report file for each archive or index volume it processes. The report file starts with archive or index volume details such as the archive name, archive ID and whether the volume is 32-bit or 64-bit.
As the task proceeds, progress details may be written to the report. Each entry will have a timestamp in local time and description of what the task is up to or any errors it encounters.
At the end of the report, there is a summary of the work completed as well as an indication of whether any errors have been encountered.
The progress of an indexing task and the information logged in the report varies depending on the task type. For details on each type of indexing task, refer to the related articles.
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