It generally means way too many lines are being performed while the tracer is on. Often this is due to long loops. An important concept to remember is that the internal server tracer buffer is way ahead of the lines you actually see on the tracer browser screen, so if you are performing a huge number of lines, often you will see the tracer-disabled message even though not many lines have been seen on the tracer browser screen.
Try starting with a less ambitious trace. For instance, try tracing activity entrances and exits but NOT all activity steps and when-rules.
Or, try tracing just ONE activity (which will necessarily include the activities it calls).
You could possible find it useful to trace only certain rulesets.
There is a param in prconfig you can put in (I don't remember the name) to increase the tracer buffer but I do not recommend changing that parameter, as you could run out of disk space entirely.
Posted: 5 years ago
Posted: 11 Jun 2016 16:18 EDT
Phani Sahukaru (sahup1)
Architect - Financial Services