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Cannot visualize events on my Windows 2000 Server, ¿How do I fix this?

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Windows 2000 Server Ent Edition SPK4.
I'm running a Windows Cluster with 2 nodes.

On the first node,  I want to check my system for error messages but when I open the Event Viewer nothing is displayed in application. How do I fix this?


On the second node everything works fine.
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Zaheer Iqbal earned 125 total points
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DO you get any errors?
Possible corrupt log file.
http://www.windowsnetworking.com/nt/atips/atips154.shtml
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Thanks for this tip.

I incremented the size of the files to 3 Mb and that resolved the issue.
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