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I have installed the Gamification app in my dynamics 365 CRM dev instance, in each time i loading the gamification portal there are many plugin trace logs created in the system. I don't how its happen. Is these much logs makes any impact in performance of the CRM. is there any possible way to avoid these much trace logs created for gamification.
Thanks in Advance...
Navigate to Settings --> Administration.
Open System Settings.
In the Customization Tab, change Enable logging to plugin-race log to Off.
This will disable the creation of all plugin trace logs.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the reply Nithya
If i off/disable all plugin trace logs, it will affect the customized plugins in my crm. We have some Customized plugins available in our Dynamics 365 CRM.
If we disable all the plugins, the data will not get updated in the gamification portal.
Is there another possibility to reduce the logs created in the system, actually there is around 5000+ logs created per day. i don't know how this happens.
Thanks and Regards
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