• Subject: NSCPIC.LOG
  • From: Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Sep 1997 07:18:30 -0500
  • Organization: Dilgard Frozen Foods

Two of us in the office use CA/400 Win95/NT client.  Both of us are at
V3R1M2 and the latest service pack.  Late last week the other user
noticed a file in his C: root directory with a size of 110mb!  The file
was NSCPIC.LOG.  I checked my NSCPIC.LOG and it was 142mb!  Needless to
say this file takes a fair amount of time to back up. <g>

I checked online help, NS Administrator help, manuals, etc, but can't
find just exactly what this file is for, although the .LOG extension is
a clue.  It definitely has something to do with the NS router and is
definitely a log of activity, but could find no way to turn it "off."  I
took a chance and deleted it.  Within an hour it reappeared and after a
week has now grown to 10mb.

Anybody know more about this?  Thanks.


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