What is the limitation of NT event log buffer size? - Windows NT

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  1. What is the limitation of NT event log buffer size?

    Hi Every body,

    I am here just to know how long text in the nt event log ,for a
    particular event, can be written?

    I mean what is the limitation of NT event log buffer (event detail)
    size?

    I observed that CHKDSK at time of startup writes the log as a event in
    application log. Just curious to know how long info this NT event can
    hold inside .

    I wonder if you can answer this.

    Thanks.

    Best Regards,
    Alok.

  2. Re: What is the limitation of NT event log buffer size?

    The default size is 512Kb. It can be changed in the specific log properties.

    Ed

    In article <5434b7ac.0405060115.31f6de9a@posting.google.com>,
    akg_online@hotmail.com (Kumar) wrote:
    >Hi Every body,
    >
    >I am here just to know how long text in the nt event log ,for a
    >particular event, can be written?
    >
    >I mean what is the limitation of NT event log buffer (event detail)
    >size?
    >
    >I observed that CHKDSK at time of startup writes the log as a event in
    >application log. Just curious to know how long info this NT event can
    >hold inside .
    >
    >I wonder if you can answer this.
    >
    >Thanks.
    >
    >Best Regards,
    >Alok.


  3. Re: What is the limitation of NT event log buffer size?

    Thanks a lot ED.
    Best Regards,
    Alok.

    ed_siff@unc.edu (Ed Siff) wrote in message news:<409aa751_2@news.unc.edu>...
    > The default size is 512Kb. It can be changed in the specific log properties.
    >
    > Ed
    >
    > In article <5434b7ac.0405060115.31f6de9a@posting.google.com>,
    > akg_online@hotmail.com (Kumar) wrote:
    > >Hi Every body,
    > >
    > >I am here just to know how long text in the nt event log ,for a
    > >particular event, can be written?
    > >
    > >I mean what is the limitation of NT event log buffer (event detail)
    > >size?
    > >
    > >I observed that CHKDSK at time of startup writes the log as a event in
    > >application log. Just curious to know how long info this NT event can
    > >hold inside .
    > >
    > >I wonder if you can answer this.
    > >
    > >Thanks.
    > >
    > >Best Regards,
    > >Alok.


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