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Old 29th September 2009, 12:15 AM
Danijel Tkalcec
 
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Default Re: gateway log files size became 5-10GB after 6 month's normal operation

"kadee" schrieb:
>
> Why the gateway log files size became 5-10GB after 6 month's normal
> operation? can the log file delete automatice?


LOG files are simple text files which can easily be deleted manually,
but you can also limit the size of the LOG folder by using the
"RTC_LOGS_LIVE_DAYS" variable, declared in the "rtcLog.pas" unit.

Setting that variable to anything other than 0 (default value) will make
sure that LOG
entries older than your specified number of days will be automatically
deleted, cleaning up
your LOG folder and keeping only the latest log entries (for speficied
number of days).

For example, to limit LOG entries "life" to 7 days, set:
RTC_LOGS_LIVE_DAYS:=7;

Best Regards,
Danijel Tkalcec

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Old 2nd October 2009, 01:39 PM
Wolfgang
 
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Default Some Questions

First off, I am a complete Newbie, having unsuccessfully played around with
RTC quite some time ago, and given up on it.

I have a dedicated Server with a fixed IP Address, hosted by my Service
Provider (costing a fortune every month), and I can control that via Remote
Desktop.

I can't seem to get a fixed IP Address any other way.

The things I want to do are the following:

1) Setting up one of my Office PCs as a WebServer (using something like
DynDns?).

2) I have a few Apps, which run with a fat Client, accessing NxServer on the
dedicated Server (actually works quite well)

3) Supporting our Clients directly (Presently we are using CrossLoop for
that)

Are there fully functional Sample Applications, which show in a Step by Step
way how to do some or all of the above things?

Kind Regards
Wolfgang


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Old 3rd October 2009, 12:46 AM
Hannes Danzl[NDD]
 
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Default Re: Some Questions

> 1) Setting up one of my Office PCs as a WebServer (using something like
> DynDns?).
>
> 2) I have a few Apps, which run with a fat Client, accessing NxServer on the
> dedicated Server (actually works quite well)


These 2 have nothign really to do specifically with Portal, but they sound
jsut fine.

> 3) Supporting our Clients directly (Presently we are using CrossLoop for
> that)


In theory that's exactly what Portal is for. If you tell us more about what
exactly you want to achieve and what u understand with "supporting our clients
directly" we can be much more specific.


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