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Size of databases in Log.nsf

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We have ~20 notes servers, on each, a log file (log.nsf).
In this log file, under the 'Database/Sizes' menu, I can see the size of all the databases on the server.

But, it is not working on all the servers ! On some servers,  the log file is working fine (events, usage, billing) exept for the Sizes. The Size view stay empty.

The servers are all in 4.6, and the running tasks are the same on each server. How can I fix this problem ?

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I would refresh the design on each log.nsf file which is not working.

Also check the security on the agents for each server which is not functioning. The user that started the agent running must have the proper access to run the service.

I saw a problem once with a Notes network where the Notes Admin left to goto another job and the employer removed the old account which is normal but the problem was all the server agents were compiled and running using that account.
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