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How to monitor before-image growth with Virtual System Tables

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TitleHow to monitor before-image growth with Virtual System Tables
URL NameP11835
Article Number000128085
EnvironmentProduct:Progress
Version: 8.x, 9.x
Product: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
OS: All supported platforms
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How to monitor before-image growth with Virtual System Tables
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As with all VST monitoring, routines may be customized according to specific  needs.  Below is a sample of how this can be achieved:
 
 
/* Before-image Logging Information*/
FOR EACH _Logging NO-LOCK:
DISPLAY
_Logging-BiClAge COLON 32 LABEL "Before-image cluster age time"
_Logging-LastCkp COLON 32 LABEL "Time of last checkpoint"
FORMAT "X(30)"
_Logging-BiBlkSize COLON 32 LABEL "Before-image block size"
_Logging-BiClSize COLON 32 LABEL "Before-image cluster size"
_Logging-BiExtents COLON 32 LABEL "Number of before-image extents"
_Logging-BiLogSize COLON 32 LABEL "Before-image log size (kb)"
_Logging-BiBytesFree COLON 32 LABEL "Bytes remaining in current cluster"
_Logging-BiBytesFree COLON 32 LABEL "Bytes free in current cluster"
_Logging-LastCkp COLON 32 LABEL "Last checkpoint was at"
_Logging-BiBuffs COLON 32 LABEL "Number of BI buffers"
_Logging-BiFullBuffs COLON 32 LABEL "Number of Full BI buffers"
WITH FRAME biLoggingFrame TITLE "BI logging status"
SIDE-LABELS THREE-D CENTERED.
END.

/* _ActBILog VST Table displays before-image log activity in more detail*/
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References to Other Documentation:
Database Administration Guide and Reference - Chapter 20, "Virtual System Tables"

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