DOCUMENTATION: How to remove old NetBackup Java logs from a UNIX system

Article:TECH37729  |  Created: 2005-01-10  |  Updated: 2013-10-23  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH37729
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DOCUMENTATION: How to remove old NetBackup Java logs from a UNIX system

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Manual:  NetBackup (tm) 5.0 for UNIX and Windows Troubleshooting Guide

Page:   Gathering Information for NetBackup Java, page 7

Modification Type: Addition

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By default, NetBackup currently has no option to automatically delete Java log files. Thus /usr/openv/java/logs need to be manually cleared by the system administrator.
An enhancement request has been filed on this issue (RSVmn28576.)

Below is one example of how to manually remove old NetBackup Java logs periodically.

Set up a cron job to scrub /usr/openv/java/logs using the following command:
  find /usr/openv/java/logs -type f -atime +# -exec rm {} \;
where # equals number of days since last access of the file.



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ValueRSVmn28576
Descriptionjava/logs directory should be pruned periodically.

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