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File Management

Log File Management

The BVMF Gateway is designed to erase all of its own log files older than ten days. TT recommends that you delete all log files older than a month on a regular basis. Before deleting them, you can also back up these files if needed for auditing purposes.

Tip
  • You can set up ttclean.ini to automatically delete or archive the log files on your TT Gateway.
  • For information on ttclean.ini, refer to the TT Gateway Architecture SAM Version 7.X.

Audit File Conversion

The Order Server creates audit files that contain a variety of order and fill information. Located in the <root drive>:ttauditfiles directory, the audit files follow the naming convention: Exchange-flavor_YYYY-MM-DD.cba where DD is the two-digit day, MM is the two-digit month, and YYYY is the four-digit year.

When requested, you must provide a readable copy of the audit files to the BVMF. Use the audit_convert.exe program to convert the audit file into a readable copy. You can use this program to either convert all audit files in a directory or to convert a single audit file.

For general information on audit files, refer to Appendix B, System Files in the TT Gateway Architecture System Administration Manual Version 7X.

To convert a single audit file:

  1. Open a Command window.
  2. Type: audit_convert.exe absolutefilename

    Where absolutefilename is the path and filename of the audit file you want to convert.

    Example Single Audit File:

    audit_convert.exe c:ttauditfilesBVMF-A_2011-10-08.cba

  3. To close the Console window, type Exit.

To convert multiple audit files:

  1. Open a Command window.
  2. Type: audit_convert.exe directoryexchange-flavor

    Where:

    • directory is the location of your audit files.
    • Exchange-flavor is the name of the TT Gateway that produced the audit files.

    Example Audit Files on a TT BVMF-A Gateway:

    audit_convert.exe c:ttauditfiles BVMF-A

  3. To close the Console window, type Exit.