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How to Change the Server Logging Level and the Database Parameters

Applies To: Application Virtualization

You can use the following procedures to change the logging level and the database log parameters from the Application Virtualization Server Management Console.

The following logging levels are available:

  • Transaction Only

  • Fatal Errors

  • Errors

  • Warnings/Errors

  • Info/Warnings/Errors

  • Verbose

noteNote
Because of the size of the log file produced when you use Verbose mode, the recommendation is that you do not run production servers with this level of logging set.

The database logging parameters determine the database driver type, access credentials, and location of the logging database.

To change the logging level for Management Servers

  1. Click the Server Groups node to display the server groups.

  2. Right-click the server group, and select Properties .

  3. In the Properties dialog box, select the Logging tab.

  4. In the Server Group Properties dialog box, select the server and then click Edit .

  5. In the Add/Edit Log Module dialog box, select the logging level from the Event Type drop-down list.

  6. Click OK .

  7. In the Server Group Properties dialog box, click OK or Apply .

To change the logging level for Streaming Servers

  1. Edit the following registry key value to change the logging level:

    • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SoftGrid\4.5\DistributionServer\LogLevel

  2. Select one of the following values to set the logging level.

     

    Value Logging Level

    0

    Transactions Only

    1

    Fatal Errors

    2

    Errors

    3

    Warnings/Errors

    4

    Information/ Warnings/Errors

    5

    Verbose

To change database log parameters

  1. Click the Server Groups node to display the server groups.

  2. Right-click the server group, and select Properties .

  3. In the Properties dialog box, select the Logging tab.

  4. In the Server Group Properties dialog box, select the server and then click Edit .

  5. In the Add/Edit Log Module dialog box, select a database driver from the Database Driver drop-down list.

  6. Enter a DNS Host Name .

  7. Click the Dynamically Determine Port check box, or enter a port number in the Port field.

  8. Enter a Service Name in the corresponding field.

  9. Click OK .

  10. On the Server Group Properties dialog box, click OK or Apply .

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