WbLogSvc error 800700b7??

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Dan Schmidt, Oct 17, 2004.

  1. Dan Schmidt

    Dan Schmidt Guest

    Greetings! Approximately every 24 hours in my application logs I recieve the
    following error:

    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: WBLOGSVC
    Event Category: None
    Event ID: 2005
    Date: 10/16/2004
    Time: 4:30:24 AM
    User: N/A
    Computer: <NAME WITHHELD>
    There was a generic error while handling the processing of the log file. The
    error is 0x800700b7.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at

    Microsoft of course has no information for this error. Although the error
    appears to have no impact on performance of the box (which primarily is just
    a NAT and Exchange calendar server), I of course would like to see it

    I've checked log settings to no avail, rebooted, even tried a few of those
    magic words. Nothing's worked yet. Anyone have any suggestions?
    Dan Schmidt, Oct 17, 2004
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  2. Dan Schmidt

    Henry Craven Guest

    That's the Web Usage Logging Service.
    Try stoping and re-starting WbLogSvc.
    Make sure you've run or re-run the RRAS Wizard.
    Also check that you have the MSSQL$SBSMonitoring MSDE Database
    Maybe uncheck View Usage Report in Server Management on the Reporting
    Options page, re-boot and then re-enable it.
    Worst case reinstall the reporting selecting and Backup components.
    ( or maybe save some time and do that first up )
    Henry Craven, Oct 17, 2004
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  3. Dan Schmidt

    Dan Schmidt Guest

    Being not the most technical person in the world, kinda thrown into this
    position, I opted with the easy solution first. Ran the reporting wizard,
    reinstalled reporting (and reconfigured too).

    Had a wierd error in the middle of the process, but nothign since. We'll
    wait 24 hours and see, but I'm guessing that this has helped.

    How can one determine for sure if they have a database or don't? I'm not
    familiar with MS SQL.

    Sadly, rebooting really isn't an option here. I gotta take my reboots at
    3am if any time, and those are still few and far between through the end of
    the year... at which point this server will be decomissioned.

    Thanks for you advice!
    Dan Schmidt, Oct 19, 2004
  4. Dan Schmidt

    Henry Craven Guest

    Look for the file: MSSQL$SBSMonitoring

    pleasure to help. Hope it has.
    Henry Craven, Oct 19, 2004
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