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1536 Logs .zip


Reason: The Python files which are living in Shiboken are not only living in the source tree. In order to have them available even in unfortunate directory layouts,they are also embedded in a .zip file, which is embedded into the libshiboken module.


From reading the 7zip website I expect to need to use LZMA with a dictionary size exceeding that of the largest file. I've tried a 1Gb dictionary size, and the max 1536Mb, solid block sizes of 4Gb and up, but I'm getting archive sizes very close to the sum of the two input file sizes.


For your particular case, LZMA2 is a good choice since it works well with already compressed data. You may want to specify "Solid" (i.e. no limit) for solid block size: this way, all files will be compressed into a single solid block. On the other hand, if your databases do not exceed 1GB, you may want to decrease the dictionary size to save some RAM. In console, you can also specify the values between 1GB and 1.5GB (this will affect RAM usage for compression, but the block will still be marked as LZMA2:1536m). If you increase the number of threads to 2, you can save compression time in exchange for slightly (unless the number of chunks increases) worse compression ratio.


PS: Saving all information will take a few seconds, then please send us the whole folder which contains all the diagnostic logs collected.Please right-click the folder -> Send to -> Compressed (zipped) folder, then attach the *.zip file in your next reply.


Set the "split to volume, bytes" field to the server's maximum allowed file size (in bytes, I think, although it looks like it accepts common abbreviations like "KB" and "MB"). If the zip file exceeds that size, 7-zip will split it into multiple files automatically, such as integration_serviceLog.zip.001, integration_serviceLog.zip.002, etc. (Way back when, PK Zip used this to span zip files across multiple floppy disks.) You'll need all the files to be present to unzip them. Use that instead of worrying about the absolute best compression settings to use for any particular set of files, because what's best for one file may be different for another file, and you don't want to have to go through this every time you need to copy logs.


Hmm, looks like the contents of the .zip release file. A little bit too much permissions, as those files should not be world writable! Not sure why certbot is complaining about that though, weird! Let me investigate.


Error: java.lang.OutOfMemoryError. For example:$ cf logs YOUR-APP --recent2016-06-20T09:18:51.00+0100 [APP/0] OUT java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: MetaspaceWhere YOUR-APP is the name of your app.


New supported sources are added regularly. Please submit an issue with a description of the vend/product. Configuration information an a compressed pcap (.zip) from a non-production environment to request support for a new source.


Finally, it iterates through this array and calls CreateProcessA to launch these commands from cmd.exe. Besude the commands already ran before, the wevtutil commands clear all events from the security, system, and application logs.


***IP filtering in Axis devices is a network layer-2 Linux Kernel functionality that blocks network packages depending on the configured rules. No authentication will be performed if an unsuited source IP address is trying to access the Axis device since the network transmission is blocked right at the layer-2 network while authentication is performed on higher level application layers. Corresponding logs of the IP filtering can be created when the VAPIX parameter is enabled in Plain Config > Network in the IP Filtering section.


Network shareStart by mounting a network share on the Axis device. Add *.* /var/spool/storage/NetworkShare/logs.txt at the bottom of the configuration file. Click Save file once done and restart the device.


SD cardStart by mounting an SD card in the Axis device. Then add *.* /var/spool/storage/SD_DISK/logs.txt at the bottom of the configuration file. C




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