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Purging Strategies for WebLogic Servers Log Files in Fusion Applications (Doc ID 1430436.1)

Last updated on MARCH 02, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Application Toolkit - Version to [Release 1.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for relevance on 26-sep-2013


This document provide help for administrators to configure purging of the WebLogic server log files in a Fusion Applications environment in order to reduce the space occupied by the log files.
There are many types of files created in the WebLogic server. This document will provide help in identifying what types of log files are created and ways to keep them under control. 


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In this Document
 1. Fusion Applications Typical Log Files
   1.1 Oracle Diagnostic Logging
  1.2 Logging Files for PL/SQL Applications
   1.3 Logging Files for C Applications
   1.4 Other Type of Logs
 2. Purging Strategies
   2.1 Managing Domain Log File Space Usage
   2.2 Managing HTTP Access Log File Space Usage
   2.3 Managing Server Log File Space Usage
   2.4 Managing Rotating Log File Space Usage for Java and SOA Applications
  2.5 Managing Rotating Log File Space Usage for PL/SQL Applications 
  2.6 Managing Log File Space Usage for C Applications
  2.7 Managing Nonstandard Logging
   2.8 Manging Incidents Files

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