This depends on a few things such as the logging level set (how verbose the logs are) and how busy your server is. Additionally the default number of log files almost always can be increased if you want to be able to save more logs on the server itself. To figure out how many logs you can save look at the CCM trace setting or whatever service you're interested in, look at the number of files and size per file. Then use a "show status" from the command line to find the free space on the /common partition. Using some simple math you can figure out how many logs you can save on the common partition. Make sure too that you leave some extra space on there for other things (meaning don't exhaust your free space).
I'm a member of the UX Research team for Webex and am looking for Control Hub users who 1) frequently use the Meeting Engagement tab of Analytics and 2) whose organization has already signed an MUBTA with Cisco.
If that sounds like yo...
Meet the Authors Event - Leveraging SBCs to Empower a Changing World of Collaboration
(Live event – Tuesday, 16th, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific / 1:00 p.m. Eastern / 7:00 p.m. Paris)
This event will have place on Tuesday 16th, February 2020 at 10hrs PD...
on January 25th and 26th, we're hosting a Technical Enablement Workshop which will guide you through the steps involved in updating your organisation from Jabber and/or Meetings to Webex App.
Very useful for partners and for customers t...
hi Team, we are planning to deploy Multi-Factor Authentication for Jabber. The main requirement is to use MFA over internet (MRA).Is it possible to deploy MFA just for MRA and don't touch impact any on-prem existing setup?Can someone please guide on ...