The following instructions provide steps for enabling or disabling CSAPI debug logging within a Windows environment.
Warning: This process requires a reboot of the system for the changes to take effect.
Enable CSAPI Logging:
1. Open System Properties
Click Start > Run, Type: sysdm.cpl
2. Choose Advanced tab and click on Environment Variables.
3. On the Environment Variables page under System variables, click on New and add the following variables:
4. Restart/Reboot the server.
Disable CSAPI Logging:
To disable CSAPI logging remove the created system variables specified in the Enable section then perform a restart/reboot of the server.
CSAPI_DEBUG_LOG is an admin specified location. Ensure the specified location has adequate diskspace to store the log file.
If CSAPI_DEBUG_FILE_SIZE_LIMIT variable is not specified, there is no upper limit to the log size. A Csapi.log of 100 MB (104857600 bytes) is created with the above settings. The Csapi.log will be overwritten when the maximum size is reached. The log size can be modified by changing the value of the CSAPI_DEBUG_FILE_SIZE_LIMIT. It is not recommended to change the default log size of 100 MB unless requested by a Support Engineer.
SSE 5.2.8 or later running on Windows Server 2003 and above (CSAPI 9.0 or later)
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