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ULS repeating sequence of messages RRS feed

  • Question

  • This is Project Server 2007

    In my ULS viewer I have discovered a repeating sequence of messages that I can't understand. I list them here in this order but I do not know which one is really the start of the sequence. The whole sequence takes 10 seconds to cycle through. These messages seem to go on non-stop. In this example my  URLs show projectserver/program (one instance in MOPS) but the messages are being written for each instance in my system. Do you know what this is about?

    Looking up context  site http://projectserver:80/program/_vti_bin/psi/winproj.asmx in the farm SharePoint_Config

    Looking up the additional information about the typical site http://projectserver:80/program/_vti_bin/psi/winproj.asmx.

    Site lookup is replacing http://projectserver:80/program_vti_bin/psi/winproj.asmx with the alternate access url http://projectserver

    Looking up typical site http://projectserver:80/program/_vti_bin/psi/winproj.asmx in web application SPWebApplication Name=WebSitePort80 Parent=SPWebService.

    Found typical site /program (0de18fc0-8380-42ee-aeca-8a2dc5eecb43) in web application SPWebApplication Name=WebSitePort80 Parent=SPWebService.

    Releasing SPRequest with allocation Id {B…………… }

     

    It is not an error, just verbose writing to the log and I am trying to learn if this is normal.

    Thank you.

     

     


    • Edited by Quized again Monday, August 22, 2011 9:14 PM clarified version of server
    Monday, August 22, 2011 9:11 PM

Answers

  • Hi,

    If you have the ULS cranked up to Verbose, you will see a large amount of information being logged to the ULS logs, what you have above is the kind of thing I would expect to see.  If you really want to freak out, try watching the ULS logs during a CU or SP install.

    As a side note, leaving the level of the ULS at verbose might not be a great idea as your logs will grow and potentially recycle before you have a chance to use the logs for error tracking, not to mention putting an additional load on the server. Typically, I would leave the logs at their default, and only crank the logs to verbose only when you wish to specifically debug something.

    Hope this helps,

     


    Alex Burton
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    • Marked as answer by Quized again Tuesday, August 23, 2011 2:51 PM
    Tuesday, August 23, 2011 3:52 AM
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All replies

  • Hi,

    If you have the ULS cranked up to Verbose, you will see a large amount of information being logged to the ULS logs, what you have above is the kind of thing I would expect to see.  If you really want to freak out, try watching the ULS logs during a CU or SP install.

    As a side note, leaving the level of the ULS at verbose might not be a great idea as your logs will grow and potentially recycle before you have a chance to use the logs for error tracking, not to mention putting an additional load on the server. Typically, I would leave the logs at their default, and only crank the logs to verbose only when you wish to specifically debug something.

    Hope this helps,

     


    Alex Burton
    www.epmsource.com | Twitter
    Project Server TechCenter | Project Developer Center | Project Server Help | Project Product Page
    • Marked as answer by Quized again Tuesday, August 23, 2011 2:51 PM
    Tuesday, August 23, 2011 3:52 AM
    Moderator
  • Thank you. Yes, I only turn on the ULS when I want to debug errors. Unfortunately I could not find much top educate me on the ULS verbose messages that are normal. I appreciate your help.
    Tuesday, August 23, 2011 2:51 PM