can we have two separate xcom.log for two different applications?

Hi Experts,

can we have two separate xcom.log for two different applications?
application A will monitor one xcom.log
and application B will monitor another xcom.log

possible?

may be we have to run two xcomd ?

This is on Linux server.

Thanks in advance
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murugesandinsShell_script Automation /bin/bash /bin/bash.exe /bin/ksh /bin/mksh.exe AIX C C++ CYGWIN_NT HP-UX Linux MINGW32 MINGW64 SunOS Windows_NT started powershellCommented:
Not only Linux, on all operating systems:
Assume that application name is xcomd
xcomd listening on port number 90.
We cannot make xcomd to run more that 1 time, since related port number is already in use.
Assume the following operating system is there:
1. Windows 7
        it is having vmplayer.exe
        Opening vmplayer.exe running Linux operating system.
In this case, Windows 7 can run xcomd to listen on port number 90.
vmplayer Linux can run xcomd to listen on port number 90.
Reason:
      it is running on 2 different operating systems.

Assume that windows related folder is mounted in vmplayer Linux
Application A and B running at that Linux.
In this case, those 2 applications can look into 2 different xcom.log
where one xcom.log from vmplayer.exe and other xcom.log from shared folder of windows.
Share on windows mentioned here are used using mount command at Linux oriented platforms.

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S-a-tAuthor Commented:
Thanks Murugesan for answering the questions, I appreciate.
My sincere apologies as I was late to reply to your comment.

What I found out from CA that two xcom.log is not possible on single server for multiple applications though we can have separate logs local transfers in Linux. That log will be per transfer.
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