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Basics of C2 Auditing


Basics of C2 Auditing

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In c2 audit mode option the trace file size will go up to 200 mb. Is it a configurable one. i.e whether we can configure it to 10 mb . because our db size is 20 gb.

can be done or not?
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It appears that this article was written quite some time ago... but, boy, is it sweet. I haven't tried it yet but Dinesh sure did make it easy.

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how can the C2 audit trace output files be redirected to another location (drives and folders) other than the default instance location?

Thanks,
Benjamin
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I read your documentation clearly. I dont find any configuration to limit the size of the audit trace from 200 mb to 20mb or anything . And also there is no way in creating the file to different location other than mssql\data folder.

I just need to know whether it can be enabled by any option like writing SP or triggers.

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Venkat
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