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Not to show the Spy GET in the access_log file

tionghoe
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I am using 9iAS release 2 on windows 2000 platform.

Currently in the access_log file, it logs an endless list of GET requests for dms0/Spy,dmsoc4j/Spy,opromgr-service and opromgr-status. From the access_log file, it seems that the requests are fired every 10 seconds.

Can someone throw some lights on how to configure the system in such a way that those requests are not logged onto the access_log file.

















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Are you using an open enterprise manager window? The EM access the dmsspy all the time.

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The EMWebsite is running as a service. Is this the open enterprise manager window that you are referring to  or somehow related ?

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Yes. This is  the one that sends the DMS requests.
THe EMWebsite process is actually an OC4J isntance that run the administration console (enterprise manager).
It automatically runs DMS requests against the server to check it status.

I don't think you can disable this behavior.

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You are right that the DMS behavior cannot be disabled. However, have you or anyone else came across on how not to log these DMS requests on the access_log ? It is taking up too much space when the EMWebSite is running.


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Hi,

I came across the same problem a few months ago. I then found metalink doc 226873.1, but it didn't work for me. Today I found that this document has been updated on Feb 15th 2004. I will try it again and let you know if it works now.

Gerald Krieger

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Thanx Gerald. Hope to hear positive news from you.
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Gerald,

Thanx for the posting.
I tried the 2nd part alone but it was't working then. I am going to try it with the 1st part but it may take me awhile to get hand-on on it again. Anyway, I am going to give you the points now.

Thanx.
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