2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 27, 2010 2:16 PM by kpoole

    Server 2008 cache folder

      I have a server running Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise, using Secure Tunnel to send Windows Event logs.  We've done this on other servers, but this is the first 2008 server.  The issue is that there's a folder named 'cache' inside the Kiwi Tunnel Client folder.  This folder is being written with KiwiTCScachex.dta files, approximately 1 per minute, where 'x' is a number as it increments filenames.  Help!  This is filling up the server, and has required me to stop logging until I get this figured out.  The Server 2003 servers that I'm logging also have the cache folder, but no files in there.

      Thanks!

        • Re: Server 2008 cache folder

          Figured this out...apparently the Network filtering service was logging successful connections, even for connections it allowed...the repeated connections made by Kiwi Tunnel were causing events to be logged almost continuously.  I disabled logging for task 12810 in my log forwarder, which cut down on the logged events, and eliminated the caching.

          • Re: Server 2008 cache folder

            Figured this out...apparently the Network filtering service was logging successful connections, even for connections it allowed...the repeated connections made by Kiwi Tunnel were causing events to be logged almost continuously.  I disabled logging for task 12810 in my log forwarder, which cut down on the logged events, and eliminated the caching.