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Messages in /nsr/logs/daemon.log Storage Node NSR 7.6.3

Messages in /nsr/logs/daemon.log Storage Node NSR 7.6.3

Messages in /nsr/logs/daemon.log Storage Node NSR 7.6.3

(OP)
I'm seeing a huge number of entries being generated and written into /nsr/logs/daemon.log on one of our storage nodes (ktlwgbak101 - Redhat EL 6) - so many that the log is growing to 10GB+ in a couple of days.


A few lines displaying entries are below:

01/28/13 14:15:36 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 20192
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 32768
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 12588
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 20100
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 32768
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 12680
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 20008
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 32768
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 12772
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 19916
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 32768
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 12864
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 19824
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 32768
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 12956
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: len = 19732
01/28/13 14:15:37 2 719808256 ktlwgbak101.grpitsrv.com nsrmmd filesys_chunk: used = 180 TB for volume DDBoost.004.



Please advise .

RE: Messages in /nsr/logs/daemon.log Storage Node NSR 7.6.3

IMHO these are informational messages - i am pretty sure logging them does not make sense. You better get in touch with EMC support to sort this out.

To start a new log file you should wait for an idle data zone and restart the client daemon on the SN.

RE: Messages in /nsr/logs/daemon.log Storage Node NSR 7.6.3

(OP)
Hi

Can you please advise as how we can check the NSR_MAXLOGSIZE on the server ?? for the existing daemon.log . I want to know for both unix and windows .

RE: Messages in /nsr/logs/daemon.log Storage Node NSR 7.6.3

I have to look this up myself.
But it does not really make sense as you must restart the services to trigger NW to create a new file.

What you really need is to update to 8.0+ where NW can start a new file without restarting the services.

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