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  • OregonMike added a new discussion topic log rotate not working. in the group Elgg Technical Support
    I have the log rotate frequency set to weekly. But when I use the log browser, it looks like the log goes back many many months. If my understanding is correct, I should see archive files in the directory but at most log entries going back a week...
    • The logrotate plugin is an Elgg core plugin. So, you won't find it here in the plugin repository. But when you use the latest Elgg release, you have the latest version of the logrotate plugin, too.

      Is your weekly cronjob set up and running? If in doubt, you can use the Croncheck plugin to monitor the cronjobs: http://community.elgg.org/plugins/484590/2.0.1/croncheck. After activating the croncheck plugin you will see when the different cronjobs were running last - starting from the time you activated the croncheck plugin, so it could take up to 1 week until you know if the weekly cronjob is running or not. But if you see the other cronjobs with shorter intervals getting executed, it's an indication that the cronjobs are likely to run. If you already see that the 1 minute cronjob is not running, it's quite likely that the weekly cronjob won't run either. Check the crondaemon config then. Are the Elgg cronjobs defined?

      You can also execute the weekly cronjob manually by calling http://<yoursite.url/cron/weekly. Then you also see the cronjob output on screen. Though it might take a while for the job to finish if it really hasn't run for months.

      The archived logs are not to be found in the logrotate plugin folder. There is only a new table created in your database with the archived log entries (elggsystem_log_<timestamp>). These tables will get removed from the database again if they are older than the time set up in the logrotate plugin settings for keeping of archived logs. Well, actually there seems a bug with deleting the archived log tabled, i.e. they currently won't get removed. But this issue will be fixed in Elgg 1.8.16: https://github.com/Elgg/Elgg/issues/5490.

       

  • OregonMike replied on the discussion topic Log blitz
    I took the site offline, brought it back online and emptied the log table.  The problem seems to have gone away.  Very strange indeed. view reply
  • OregonMike replied on the discussion topic Log blitz
    Thanks for the ideas Dhrup.  I appreciate the help. view reply
  • OregonMike replied on the discussion topic Log blitz
    Dhrup, how am I attacking my own site? Any suggestions on how to proceed?   Mike view reply
  • OregonMike added a new discussion topic Log blitz in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hi, I have my log rotate and garbage collection set to 1 week but my logs are getting very large and go back farther than a week.  Is there a way to empty the log and is there a way to tell if the frequent log entries ( about 1 a second ) are...
  • OregonMike commented on the plugin Instagram
    OK, I thought that was an example, not the actual URI.
  • OregonMike commented on the plugin Instagram
    Tried that. Client ID dc7d6914679a4cb4a7621e031bc90bfc Client Secret f58f5c63e3304f59aad8de913a196273 Website URL http://elgg.smallbizdepot.com Redirect URI http://elgg.smallbizdepot.com Using the ID above gets me this...
  • OregonMike commented on the plugin Instagram
    I'm not sure what is meant by "OAuth redirect_uri:". I just put in my website URL but that gets an error when I try to generate the key. Can you provide some more verbose explanation? Thanks