Re: ADR file archive tools
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2008 21:33:38 -0500
Thank you, I was, in particular looking for how to archive the listener.log data, which I see no mention of in purge.
The purge section of:
Specifies the type of diagnostic data to purge (alert log messages, incident data, trace files (including dumps), core files, or Health Monitor run data and reports).
I'm thinking they forgot about this monster.
Calling all clues!
On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 11:40:57PM +0000, Niall Litchfield wrote:
> I believe that you are intended to use ADRCI and in particular the PURGE
> command. Frankly I don't see how this innovation was thought through at all,
> nor how the user testing in the Beta program managed to avoid picking up
> that existing scripts would screw up and that extra maintenance and security
> risks would be exposed, but maybe that's just me.
> On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 11:29 PM, Ray Stell <stellr_at_cns.vt.edu> wrote:
> > The ADR stuff in 11g does not seem to have an obvious tool to manage
> > the files that are generated. The Frequently Asked Questions, Doc
> > ID: Note:453125.1, doesn't mention how to archive the files. I don't
> > see anything in the elaborate documentation on Automatic Diagnostic
> > Repository. Does anyone have a pointer on how to protect the filesystem
> > from this bloat? Maybe the OS cmds are supposed to be used, but that's
> > not usually how things work.
> > Lot's of coverage on how to look at the files, nothing on protecting
> > oneself
> > from them. Maybe it's all automagic and I don't have to fuss with it,
> > yeah,
> > that's it.
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> Niall Litchfield
> Oracle DBA