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SOLVED How to mute or disable Razor-Agent logging ?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by Marc Tremblay, Mar 20, 2017.

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  1. Marc Tremblay

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    Hi,

    Does anybody know how to mute or disable Razor-Agent logging that comes with cPanel? I have just found a 1.6GB ~/.razor/razor-agent.log file... I deleted it and it immediately auto-created/grew.

    I checked under TWEAK SETTINGS in WHM but couldn't find anything to mute it.

    Thx
     
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    Hi. Thanks for replying. I don't understand what your last link refers to. On that 11 years old thread, I can see a link that leads to a 404 not found page, but other than that I do not understand the correlation with my question :(

    However, the other links you provided ultimately explained how to solve the issue by pointing to here: razor-agent.conf - search.cpan.org

    Step 1: Create this file if it's not already there: ~/.razor/razor-agent.conf (it was not there in my case)

    Step 2: Write this line of text in it and save it: debuglevel = 1

    That's it. The file razor-agent.log got recreated a minute after, but at least it's empty. Basically, debuglevel=1 means to log only startup and error messages, which there are about none. The default logging is so verbose that it can actually fill your server after a couple years depending on your email volume.

    Thx :D
     
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