Trace, which contains detailed information about the migration as it progresses through
the data for each user
Log files are located on each client machine in the following location:
Windows 7 or Vista: C:\Users\user-name\AppData\Local\Google\Google Apps Migration\Tracing\ExchangeMigration
Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\user-name\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Google Apps Migration\Tracing\ExchangeMigration
user-name in the path identifies the administrator who logged in and ran the utility.
You can customize the folder path for the log files. For details, see “Optional: Specify custom log folder path” on page 28.
If you encounter a problem during migration, you can use these log files to identify where in the process the error occurred.
The following sections explain how to interpret the information in each file.
Status log file
The Status log file for a given migration run is created on and named by the date and time that the migration run completed, and includes the process ID. For example, a file with the name Status-2009-11-12-11-14-20-p5172.log was created on November 12, 2009, at 11:14:20 A.M., with a process ID of 5172.
The file contains summary information for each user who was processed during that migration run, and information about each type of data you elected to migrate (Contact, Calendar, Email).
The information for a user includes:
The user name and the overall status of data migration for that user: <Exchange User:hyduser1: Status:Success:
Information about the success/failure of migrating Contact data for that user: <Contact Migration:Not Started
Total Contacts:0 Sucess Count:0 Fail Count:0
Information about the success/failure of migrating Calendar data for that user: <Calendar Migration:Success Total Calendar Events:0 Success Count:0 Fail Count:0
Information about the success/failure of migrating Email data (per folder) for that user:
<Email Migration:Success <Folder Name:blr/apmt/spf-old Folder Migration Status:Success
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