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Started by MMcVeigh, November 01, 2010, 04:31:14 AM
Quote from: MMcVeigh on November 02, 2010, 04:40:47 PMI think I see what is going on now. In an installed 126.96.36.199RC1 logging was enabled, then turned off. I still could see new events in the GUI and assumed there were no more log events written to the file. Not true, the logging seems to be done by the PL governor and until it is restarted, the log file is still being updated. Now comes 7RC1 and 8RC1 which not only restart PL governor, but apparently detect the disabled log and do not display anything in the Actions Log of the GUI. Reverting to 6RC1, I see the last activities written in the log in the Actions Log table even though logging is disabled. Is this description consistent with coding changes?
QuoteIs it possible to change coding so the Actions Log actively displays events, even when writing to the log file is disabled? That would be my preferred behavior.
Quote from: MMcVeigh on November 10, 2010, 12:32:10 PMI just installed 4.00.10RC1. The logging issue remains. If I "disable logging" and restart processgovernor, no more activity will appear in the Actions Log. Jeremy previously indicated the problem had been fixed internally. Any idea when that will be released in user code?
QuoteQuoteIs it possible to change coding so the Actions Log actively displays events, even when writing to the log file is disabled? That would be my preferred behavior.Certainly, that is already the intended behavior. I will be investigating and fixing this ASAP.
Quote from: MMcVeigh on November 10, 2010, 05:13:44 PMI assumed that meant if logging is disabled, new activities would still display in the Actions Log panel. Is this a reasonable update to ask for?