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Historically, DBMS were invited to divide program and data. The idea was to have a single logic (DBMS) that is aware of all the data a company is working with and some clearly defined interfaces to access these data (SQL). The information is stored in few files in the file system of the underlying operating system. Today this view should be changed again ...
Novell iFolder provides an exhaustive and flexible logging mechanism for both the end user and the administrator for resolving typical configuration issues and for Novell support to help resolve other issues. This article touches upon on how to enable the logging, the location of logging and its uses. This talks about both the Access logging and the Running Information logging.
In the process of getting iFolder 3.7 to run on an OES 2 Linux server I had a bout of power outages that resulted in a corruption of the root partition and guess which part caught the corrupted blocks. Yep, iFolder's data store. I toyed with it for a while and then decided to just re-install it, especially since no one was using it yet. Here is what I did to get it all back up and running.
If you haven't seen it yet, check out this article by Ken Baker in the Novell Connection magazine. Learn all about the new features and enhancements in Novell iFolder 3.7.