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SQL.LOG

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-01-08 20:00:47.0Z
David Grub Posted on 2004-01-08 19:10:37.0Z
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Hello. I am trying to find out the relevance of a file on my
hard drive named sql.log. I have been having trouble with
low disk space (less than 100 MB available on my 10 GB
drive). In searching my c: drive, I came across this file
and it is 4.04 GB in size.

My OS is Win2k pro. We run Sybase SQL Anywhere Studio
version 8 as a platform for our case management software (we
are a law firm). I checked 2 other computers and did not see
this file on their c: drives. I cannot open the file because
it says I do not have enough memory.

What is this file and can I delete it?


Reg Domaratzki Posted on 2004-01-08 20:00:47.0Z
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You've likely turned on ODBC tracing at some point and forgotten to turn it
off. Go to the ODBC Administrator, click on the Tracing Tab and turn it
off. I've actually renamed the default file on my system to
"you_still_have_odbc_tracing_on.txt"

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Reg Domaratzki, Sybase iAnywhere Solutions
Sybase Certified Professional - Sybase ASA Developer Version 8
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-> Set "Platform Preview" and "Time Frame" to ALL

<David Grub> wrote in message news:3ffdad40.6b90.846930886@sybase.com...
> Hello. I am trying to find out the relevance of a file on my
> hard drive named sql.log. I have been having trouble with
> low disk space (less than 100 MB available on my 10 GB
> drive). In searching my c: drive, I came across this file
> and it is 4.04 GB in size.
>
> My OS is Win2k pro. We run Sybase SQL Anywhere Studio
> version 8 as a platform for our case management software (we
> are a law firm). I checked 2 other computers and did not see
> this file on their c: drives. I cannot open the file because
> it says I do not have enough memory.
>
> What is this file and can I delete it?