mssearch floods the log file
Recently the following message floods our log file and eats a lot of disk space. Anybody knows what is the root cause.01/08/2009 18:50:00.65 mssearch.exe (0x0F20) 0x1594 Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Medium CGatherAddLink::InsertLink: InsertRow on TempTable succeeded, URL, CrawlID 159296, SourceDocID 195 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:468 01
January 8th, 2009 8:01pm

Not a programming question so it's in the wrong forum.Moving it to theadmin forumP.S. Never post the same question to two (or more forums). Post only to one. I have deleted the duplicate of this one.
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January 9th, 2009 12:39am

Hi, The log entry you gave us is a succeeded log, but not a error log, so I think this is a normal behavior of SharePoint Search. If you find there is something wrong with your farm, please let me know the representation of the issue and more error logs in order to do further research. Hope the information can be helpful. -lambertPosting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
January 11th, 2009 10:33pm

It is just recently our log files grow to 74,000 KB every 30 minutes and are full of mssearch.exe messages similar to that one. I am wondering if it indicates any problem with our search and index process.
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January 16th, 2009 3:43pm

We've started recieving the same log entries, with log files blowing up to 500MB each during the crawl. Why is a "successful" entry seen as a "medium" event level? Why not verbose? I don't want to truncate the medium entries from the log files, but this is creating 6GB of logs during a crawl. How can I trim these specific entries, as they're successful and I don't need to see them?
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