Log Clearance Tasks

A log clearance task deletes records of a specified type from the Logs,   and Schedule Jobs, Pump Job Logs, and Visual Process Logs tables of the Monarch Server database. Use these tasks to delete old (or unnecessary) events from the database. They help to use database space economically.

To display the Log Clearance Tasks page, click Report Warehouse on the Navigation Tree, then click Maintenance and select Log Clearance Tasks. Use this page to add, edit, or delete log clearance tasks.

The following Event Source types of Logs table of log clearance tasks are available:

  • Audit: Select this option to delete audit events.

  • Custodian: Select this option to delete custodian events.

  • Entity Audit: Select this option to delete entity audit events.

  • Maintenance: Select this option to delete maintenance events.

  • Pumping: Select this option to delete pumping events.

  • Pumping Job Log: Select this option to delete pumping job log events.

  • Security: Select this option to delete security events.

  • System: Select this option to delete system events.

The following log statuses of the Pump Job Logs table of log clearance tasks are available:

  • Cancelled: Select this option to delete cancelled job log.

  • Completed: Select this option to delete completed job log.

  • Failed: Select this option to delete failed job log.

The following job/log statuses of Schedules Jobs and Visual Process (for Automator) Logs table of log clearance tasks are available:

  • Completed: Select this option to delete completed job log.

  • Failed: Select this option to delete failed job log.

NOTE: Instead of deleting pump job log data, the log clearance task for pump jobs will mark pump jobs as deleted. Custodian Schedule should be used to completely delete pump jobs from the database.

 

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