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NSD Log and core dump file location
November 23, 2011
When an IBM® Sametime® Community Services process crashes, an NSD log or core dump file is created with the relevant information about the crash.
® Community Services process crashes, an NSD log or core dump file is created with the relevant information about the crash.
The NSD log contains information about the tasks that were running when the process crashed, as well as general system information that may help determine the cause of the crash. The log is stored in the server's
directory. On Windows, the log is stored in the server's
directory. Part of the
Community Components, using
® API libraries, creates an NSD log in an alternate directory:
The date in the NSD log file's name is not its creation date, but rather the date when the crashing process was first executed. To find the date when the NSD log was produced, look inside the log or use the file creation date based on the operating system information.
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