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Rob Stevens


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Hello

I'm just putting together a specification for deploying devicelock to a network with approximately 200 client machines.

Shadow files will not be used and almost everything will be completely disabled - but logging will be set very high.

I'm wondering if there is any way of predicting database growth over time, based on the estimated number of log events expected?

-Rob-
Posted: 01/18/2008 14:08:10

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Ekaterina Vavilova
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You can define a maximum log size and what DeviceLock Enterprise Server should do if the
audit log becomes full. You can select one of these options:
1) Overwrite events as needed Ц the server will overwrite old events if Maximum log
size is reached.
2)Overwrite events older than - specifies that records that are newer than this value
will not be overwritten (specified in days).
3)Do not overwrite events (clear log manually)

Please, refer to User Manual for more detailed information (see ch. 5.5.2.1):
http://devicelock.com/dl/DeviceLock%20Manual.pdf
Posted: 01/18/2008 15:01:08

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