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sldservice.log and security.log size too big

Hi All,

Is anyone know any setting that cause sldservice.log and security.log keep increase until can reach 100GB?

And, how to set these two log file to another location, example from default location C:\ProgramData\SAP\SAP Business One\Log\SAP Business One ServerTools\System Landscape Directory to another location like D:\ drive?

Thank you very much for any reply.



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  • Posted on Feb 23 at 10:46 AM

    Dear Muhamad Yahya,

    These SLD log files are used for the troubleshooting.

    In case of abnormal growth of size of these SLD log files, it is required to get a sample of the log file events or errors which causing the log files to grow. I am aware that the transfer of those files can be problematic due to their size, so it would be best to get an example of the repeating error if possible, for the analysis.

    In general, usually these errors are repeating and related to a situation, where the databases previously configured with SLD services (e.g. job service) were deleted from SLD but the SLD was not refreshed.
    In such case, it is recommended to log on to the SLD Control Center, manually refresh the company list of current DB instance. Then the SLD would defect these deleted databases and update internal records automatically.

    Also, there is a workaround to keep the size of log file always up to 10 GB. You can raise an incident for SAP Business One Support Team to get that workaround. Also, you can ask for the analyzing the cause as well.

    Kind regards,


    SAP Business One Support

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