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Chapter 8. Administering Sitespring > Configuring the Log

Configuring the Log

As Sitespring functions, it creates a log file that contains information about certain events. You can configure Sitespring to note in the log the level of detail that's useful to you. Sitespring can note nothing, note only errors, note errors and normal system operations, or note other diagnostic information as well as errors and normal operations. These log files can help advanced users diagnose system problems. For example, if you create your own project-site templates, you'll need access to the logs during the debugging process in order to read the error messages about the problems in your code. In this situation you'd want to set the log level to Debug.

In addition to the log level, you can specify the maximum file size to which a log can grow. Once the log has reached its maximum size, Sitespring starts a new one. You can also specify how many logs Sitespring keeps before it starts to delete the oldest ones. This prevents the log files from consuming too much disk space, which can occur when the settings are configured to track a large amount of information.


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