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Who is using the secondary Logs?

Posted on 2011-03-25
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Hi Experts
I want to know which application is using and generating the secondary Logs?
Exist any way to know this?
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by:momi_sabag
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secondary logs are just like regular logs,
they are used when the primary logs are out of space,
so every databaase actiivity might generate data in the secondary logs
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by:saulpilot439
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Thanks for Your answer MOMI.

Exist any way to know who generated the secondary logs?
Which transaction? which applid?
Thanks
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momi_sabag earned 250 total points
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you could try to parse them. That data is stored within the files but it won't be easy
you can search for online free tools that does it, but i'm not sure you will find those
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by:saulpilot439
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Thanks Momi I was made a snapshot for the database and then I find the oldest transaction and check the log head whit this I can see the applid using the log.
thanks.
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