How do you limit Crontask last run information?

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How do you limit the how often Maximo prints the last run information for Crontasks in the logs?

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In your Maximo logs you may see the following messages printed quite often displaying the last run information for each cron task.
[INFO] [MXServer] [] BMXAA6372I - Host name: maximohost. Server name: MXServer. Cron task name: REPORTOUTPUTCLEANUP.REPORTOUTPUTCLEANUP. Last run: 2013-09-22 08:00:03.557
[INFO] [MXServer] [] BMXAA6372I - Host name: maximohost. Server name: MXServer. Cron task name: REPORTSCHEDULE.1297432610176. Last run: 2013-09-22 13:00:04.103
[INFO] [MXServer] [] BMXAA6372I - Host name: maximohost. Server name: MXServer. Cron task name: REPORTUSAGECLEANUP.REPORTUSAGECLEANUP1. Last run: 2013-09-26 04:00:47.36
[INFO] [MXServer] [] BMXAA6372I - Host name: maximohost. Server name: MXServer. Cron task name: SKDMATRIXCLEANUP.SKDMATRIX. Last run: 2013-09-26 00:00:02.177
[INFO] [MXServer] [] BMXAA6372I - Host name: maximohost. Server name: MXServer. Cron task name: SLROUTECLEANUP.SLROUTE. Last run: 2013-09-26 00:00:02.287

Although you can't disable this information without lowering other log levels the system property mxe.cronTaskMonitorInterval controls how often this information is printed in the Maximo logs. You can set a value in seconds as to how often you want it to print. By default this information is printed every 60 seconds, it can be increased if you don't want to see this information as often.

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More support for:

IBM Maximo Asset Management
System Related

Software version:

7.1.1, 7.5

Operating system(s):

Platform Independent

Reference #:

1651182

Modified date:

2014-09-03

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