Logfile sequence of a run (exists per log channel)

iTech LogLib doesnít write all logmessages of log channel of a whole run into one single logfile. You can define how big a logfile may maximally become. When a logfile reaches that size a new successor logfile will be created. This mechanism creates what we call the logfile sequence of the run.

 

Note that iTech LogLib also has a configurable mechanism to automatically delete:

      Logfile sequences from previous runs when your application starts

      Older logfiles of the current runís logfile sequence each time it creates a new logfile

 

All these settings can be made using the ITConfigManager application. See there for a detailed description for the options of that auto-delete mechanism.