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Hi. We are having a problem at one sqla 11 customer site. We not sure whether the problem is sourced in the database or in our application's program code. What is the best way to log/view database problems/events? We know when the failure occurs, so we would be able to search an event/problem log for events/problems around a specific time. Thanks.

asked 05 Dec '12, 12:34

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Can you try adding the -o server option and restart the service tocheck whether the generated log file would give you any clues?

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answered 05 Dec '12, 15:40

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