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please explain what this is: Stats Log Level (default is 1) [0...5]:

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DWHS.net, May 3, 2003.

  1. DWHS.net

    DWHS.net Well-Known Member
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    Hello,

    Stats Log Level (default is 1) [0...5]:

    What's the differance 0-5

    Is it possible to start a new forum where you explain what a new option does? It seems like it would save a lot of support emails..

    Thanks, Charles
     
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    I would like to know exactly what that means too.

    Have you seen this website?: http://forum.cpanelhosts.com

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    The the debug level logging for stats)log

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    Hello Braco,

    Don't take this the wrong way but please be more specific.

    Like what's the difference between each level? What's the purpose of each level as far as what does it do?

    I thought it was how often the logs where checked on the server.

    Not debugged???

    Thanks anyways,

    -Charles

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    #4 DWHS.net, Jun 25, 2003
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    Well i would say this is the mind of a developer and the way he thinks. In other words they feel that being vague will explain what they mean. I am also a software developer and i tell you if i was that vague with answers, to my users, they would slap me about the head pretty quickly. What a poor explanation!

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  6. DWHS.net

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    Thanks sexy-guy I don't feel as bad now.

    I am not sure what it was about, but I guess the thought was nice.

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    I would like to know the answer to this as well. I've searched the forum and there doesn't appear to be an answer anywhere, just guesses.
    bdraco's response in this thread doesn't really answer anything.
     
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    Stats Log Level - Used for debugging purposes (Indicates what error logging is saved in /usr/local/cpanel/logs/stats_log).

    And copied from webhostingtalk.com:

    0 debug << never use this setting on a production Server
    1 info
    2 notice
    3 warn
    4 error
    5 crit << you never go below this (i.e. don't set to 6 or 7)
    6 alert
    7 emerg

    These are known as the Apache LogLevel Directives so it's not surprizing DarkOrb doesn't provide much information. If set for 5 you get notice (in Apache error_log) of 5 - 6 - 7 error msgs. If set for 1 (default) you get notice of 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 -6 - 7 error msgs. which is good.

    Thanks to Website Rob :)
     
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    I love the forums. You can find anwsers to anything you want :) Very nice. Thanks Michael-MS.
     
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    Sadly, darkorb doesn't use the same standard as apache. In this case, the higher numbers mean a more detailed logfile. When stats are working, use 1. When stats are not working, you can bump it up to five and look in the log to try and figure out what is wrong.

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    Erek
     
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    thanks!

    :) *spacer* .
     
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