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MG18
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

 

what is usual log files need to rename after stopping the SAS services ? 

e.g.  We create folder for Lev1/Web/WebAppServer/SASServer2_1/logs  and move all log to that .

many thanks in advance.

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pink_poodle
Barite | Level 11
I am assuming you have SAS 9.4. If you want to save the log, right-click in the log window during the SAS session and select "File" -> "Save as" from the drop-down list. You can save the log to any location. It will appear as a text file.
SASKiwi
PROC Star

Normally, I don't think it is necessary to archive web SAS Server logs after a restart. I usually just delete old logs and that is a lot easier to do than archiving into a folder.

MG18
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10
Which are all we can delete for SAS 9.4 mid tier and compute tier and from metadata tier ? Do you have list for it ?
SASKiwi
PROC Star

It's up to you how much log history you keep. I tend to delete any log files older than 6 months. However you may have good reasons to retain some logs for longer like metadata server logs so you can track accesses. I can't give you a list of logs as it varies with where you have installed your SAS software, what products you have and what version you have. You could build a script for deleting old files if you prefer an automated approach.

Sajid01
Meteorite | Level 14

The following link provide the location of the log files SAS 9.4
https://go.documentation.sas.com/doc/en/bicdc/9.4/bisag/p1ausbmrrybuynn1xnxb6jmdfarz.htm 
https://documentation.sas.com/doc/en/bicdc/9.4/bimtag/n1ih0exzxu35f3n1xfec5udk1l3f.htm 
In a typical organization, there are policies for log retention/archiving. If there is none, then create a policy, document it and follow it.

 

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