· Apr 20, 2023

Need to understand message in console log

Reviewing a client console log, I am finding the message:

Terminal disconnect: The specified network name is no longer available.

This message is repeated in the log dozens of times per day over the last month. The client has not raised a concern and our monitoring has not detected any issues with client ops. The client is not aware of any recent changes with their apps. I am not familiar with this message and whether this message is benign or whether there is any action required,

Product version: Caché 2018.1
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This is a standard Windows error with the code 64:

C:\>net helpmsg 64

The specified network name is no longer available.

Some Caché code called some OS system function that returned this error and for some reason it was logged.

To investigate this further -- check what process logged the error message. Find in the Caché Audit a Login event with the corresponding process. Perhaps it might give you some hint

Generally, messages with severity 0 are informational, 1 -- warnings, 2 -- error, 3 -- critical