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Win2K: Log files ?

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Anonymous
June 23, 2004 2:46:05 PM

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Hi,

might be a stupid question..

But i have a serverapplication which somtimes produces AV errors on a 2K -
and i would like to make some statistics on how often it happens, do Win2K
store a complete logfile on errors / exceptions / access violation ?

If not by default, is it possible to setup so i can track each
error/breakdown in the future ?

hope you can help, thanks alot.

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Anonymous
June 23, 2004 3:19:29 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.setup (More info?)

Application log entries are written by the application itself, so it´s up to
the application programmer to write entries or not .Look at the application
log (Computer management/Event Viewer/Applicattion) and search for possible
entries created by your target application, Maybe you´re lucky. You may also
search the documentation of your app for any other kind of log created
somewhere else, many applications use simple text files to write operations
o error logs.
Hope this helps,
Robert

Roberto Ruiz
Brainbench MVP for WinNT Workstation
http://www.brainbench.com


"dtdev" <no.spam@spamnotx.it> wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> might be a stupid question..
>
> But i have a serverapplication which somtimes produces AV errors on a 2K -
> and i would like to make some statistics on how often it happens, do Win2K
> store a complete logfile on errors / exceptions / access violation ?
>
> If not by default, is it possible to setup so i can track each
> error/breakdown in the future ?
>
> hope you can help, thanks alot.
>
>
!