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WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows
USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS
The VORTEX_HOST_LOGOPTS environment variable specifies options for the file determined by VORTEX_HOST_LOGFILE.
One or more of the following, separated by a plus sign (+):
Perform full logging.
Log only statements with errors.
Log execution time for statements.
Log data for support.
Set an option that enables Synergy/DE Developer Support to play back an operation.
Vortex host logging applies only to a client/server configuration.
Use the VORTEX_HOST_LOGFILE environment variable to specify the name and location of the log file that is generated. If you set VORTEX_HOST_LOGFILE without setting VORTEX_HOST_LOGOPTS, the log file includes a list of all operations along with a total count for each operation.
Once you have successfully logged the error, turn logging off by unsetting the VORTEX_HOST_LOGFILE and VORTEX_HOST_LOGOPTS environment variables (and reboot if necessary). Logging slows performance, and the log files can quickly fill your disk.
The server, as follows:
xfODBC, SQL Connection.
To record a full operation log and CPU time,