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SQL error file is missing #253570
09/02/13 09:43 PM
09/02/13 09:43 PM
Bill B  Offline
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Issaquah, WA
I may have deleted my SQL Error file 7 or 8 months ago. (maybe). Don't really remember for sure.

But I've noticed that within my CP, the SQL Error list is always ZERO now. There is absolutely nothing there.

Do I need to create a new blank log file? If so, where and what name?

Thanks.


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Re: SQL error file is missing [Re: Bill B] #253574
09/03/13 02:54 PM
09/03/13 02:54 PM
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This is how to set it up:
goto Control Panel » Primary Settings
Select the logging tab.
Log MySQL Errors? Enable this
MySQL Error Log Storage Directory: enter a path if it is missing to a valid location. It will be like the Absolute PATH to Main Directory: from the Control Panel » DB, Paths & URLs

Then click on the click to test directory link.
If all is set you will get Test passed. Also it will write a file called like testfile.


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Re: SQL error file is missing [Re: Bill B] #253581
09/05/13 08:00 PM
09/05/13 08:00 PM
Bill B  Offline
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Thanks Ruben... I had totally forgotten about that location.

So... I did everything and got the GREEN "Test Passed"... and the test.file was there, but it had a date of a month ago.

Still nothing shows up on the SQL Error page in the CP.

Do you know the exact name of your file that contains that error log?



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Re: SQL error file is missing [Re: Bill B] #253584
09/06/13 03:03 PM
09/06/13 03:03 PM
Ruben  Offline
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Lutz,FL
The log file will be created and added to the path entered , One file per error.
But if you don't have any errors then there will not be a file.

I just so happen to have one error and of course 1 error file
20130901_mysql.log

Note the prefix is a date notation.


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