01-24-2018 01:52 PM - edited 03-17-2019 12:02 PM
Hi. I have a problem: I can't open CUCM sdl files after few hours the maximum is 1-2 hour, I think they are getting overwritten by new sdl files... Also same thing with alerts-few hours and nothing.
Is it disk space problem or some setting on CUCM ?
If yes How to change that space ? where are those settings?
01-24-2018 02:24 PM - edited 01-25-2018 06:15 AM
Is this running on a UCS or a UCS-E or a Business Edition ? What is the call volume like ? Are you getting any RTMT alerts pertaining to low disk space ?
01-25-2018 06:14 AM
its UCSC-C220-M3SBE, I have alerts logpartitionlowwatermarkexceeding, and no alerts low disk space.
UCS has 924.50 GB and 230 GB is free
01-28-2018 10:18 PM
can you check the values for logpartitionlowwatermarkexceeded and logPartitionHighWaterMarkexceeded
1. Open RTMT tool using the IP address of the publisher. Inside RTMT click on 'Alert Central'
2. Then select 'LogPartitionLowWaterMarkexceeded' Right click and select 'Set Alert/Properties' >> click on next.
4. Note the current value of logpartitionlowwatermarkexceeded
5. Repeat the previous steps for LogPartitionHighWaterMarkexceeded
you can increase these values to 80 and 90 respectively and compare the results.
01-29-2018 06:24 AM - edited 01-29-2018 08:00 AM
highwater is 88 lowwater is 72%
Is it possible that sdl logs might be flashed out due to this low and highwater limits? If yes, how should I change and which one to increase number of days?
01-29-2018 07:54 AM
Looks like I found where I can change SDL trace settignsL Serviceability-Trace config-CM- CM services-Related link-SDL config. , by default is 250 files with 2 mb each.
Have anyone changed /increased that value , will it affect to performance ?
01-29-2018 09:00 AM
The CUCM logs tends to over write if you have heavy call flow.
you can increase the file size to 10 MB and in that case it will generate more data in the system however no performance issues will be caused by this.
01-29-2018 10:33 AM
What about the number of the files, right now is 255 files , logically thinking system will overwrite old files when reach highvolumewatermark , but there might me some caveats ?
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