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E-AS: Application Server Log File Size Is Increasingly Growing Fast (Doc ID 2998960.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2024

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.48 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The application server log file APPSRV_MMDD.log, located at below folder


<PS_CFG_HOME>\logs


Is growing excessively. All Traces are set 0. No box is checked in the Debugging option in Web profile configuration page in PIA.

Sample of the extraneous entries in the log file:

 

/*******************************************************************************/

PSBRKDSP_dflt.3513032 (14) [2024-01-16T05:10:55.235] - - - (5) (PublishSubscribe): OnIdle Queues(): Queue=EOEN_MSG_CHNL; database timestamp ='2024-01-16-05.00.53.936733'.
PSSUBDSP_dflt.3513142 (6) [2024-01-16T05:10:55.882] - - - (5) (PublishSubscribe): OnIdle Queues(): Queue=EOEN_MSG_CHNL; database timestamp ='2024-01-16-05.00.54.775683'.
PSPUBDSP_dflt.3513074 (0) [2024-01-16T05:11:01.181] - - - (5) (PublishSubscribe): OnIdle Queues(): Queue=PSRF_REPORTING_FOLDERS; database timestamp ='2024-01-14-11.24.26.615487'.
PSBRKDSP_dflt.3513032 (14) [2024-01-16T05:11:10.238] - - - (5) (PublishSubscribe): PubSubFactory::CreatePublicationKey(file /vob/peopletools/src/pspubsub/publication.cpp, line 7756): reusing existing instance: address=0x02aaa470

/*******************************************************************************/

Cause

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