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Target Release17.1.1
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PP-261 - Getting issue details... STATUS

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Forum Discussionhttp://community.pbspro.org/t/pp-261-micro-second-time-stamp-for-daemon-logging/467
Interface1: New switch in PBS Configuration: PBS_LOG_HIGHRES_TIMESTAMP
    • Visibility: Public
    • Change Control: Stable
    • SynopsisPBS_LOG_HIGHRES_TIMESTAMP
    • Details: This is new parameter for pbs.conf file, using this parameter admin can control high resolution logging in PBS daemons logs. Possible value for this parameter is 1(enabled) or 0(disabled). By default high resolution will be disabled in PBS.
       If high resolution is enabled then log's datetime format will be DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM:SS.XXXXXX where XXXXXX will be microsecond. If high resolution is disabled then no change in current log's datetime format (i.e. DD/MM/YYYY HH:MM:SS). High resolution logging will NOT be used in Accounting logs for backward compatibility for PBS Analytics Also this feature does not apply if PBS Pro is configured to log via syslog.
      Administrators are only allowed to either turn on microsecond time-stamp logging for all PBS daemons or turn it off  if they are on the same machine. So as per this requirement, combination of microsecond logging and non-microsecond logging is not possible if all daemons are on the same host. However if a daemon (like MOM for example) is present in another host then it can have either microsecond or non-microsecond logging.

 


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