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Tech Tip: Diagnostic logs – Use them and let them go

Mon, 22 Feb 2016 09:46:25 GMT

Back in December we offered a tech tip to turn diagnostic logging on when troubleshooting. Like many things, diagnostics reach a point at which the diagnostic is complete. When this happens, turn off the diagnostic log function within LOGbinder! For one thing diagnostic logs can place a huge amount of data in the C:\Programdata\LOGbinderXX folder. More important, diagnostic logging slows down the processing speed of the LOGbinder service.

Unless our support team is working with you on an issue, you will want to turn diagnostic logging off to conserve system resources.

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