Unanswered: Is it possible to turn logging off for a command?
Is it possible to turn logging off for a command? We know how to turn logging on/off for the database, but we are wondering if it is possible to turn logging on/off for just a command (and then it revert back to the state it was in before the command was executed)?
You can change logging mode, depending of Informix version.
Please test run ondblog <new mode> [-f <filename>] [<database list>]
buf - Change database to buffered mode.
unbuf - Change database to unbuffered mode.
nolog - Change database to no logging.
ansi - Change database to be ANSI-compliant
cancel - Cancel logging request.
Then ondblog nolog, press <Enter>. Next onbar -b -F.
The answer to your question is no. You would have to go throught the process with ondblog/onbar or ontape. If just one command is maxing you out figure out a way to break up the command with checkpoints.