mish at rsu.ru
Tue Aug 7 18:09:55 EDT 2007
Stephen Eilert wrote:
> On 8/7/07, Josh Williams <yurimxpxman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> *accidentally hit reply instead of reply all.. sorry about that*
>> On 8/7/07, rouble <rouble at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Archival of Logs:
>>> Pidgin archives my logs on my local hard disk. This is handy, but not very
>>> reliable because hard disks are liable to crash. Also, these logs are not
>>> globally accessible, so if I log into pidgin on another computer somewhere
>>> else in the world, I will not have access to my logs. Are there any plugins
>>> or planned features to archive logs on the web?
>> My suggestion would be to create a daemon that automatically FTPs the
>> log directory every hour or so. That'd probably be pretty easy.
> This is fine, for archival purposes. However, it does not allow
> syncing the logs between machines, which could be useful.
> I'd rather have them stored in a database (even if a SQLite one) and
> then another tool (perhaps a plugin) to do searches and reports on
> that data. Any existing plugins to that effect?
I'm currently working on database pluging,
Look http://developer.pidgin.im/wiki/RemoteLogging for more technical
Database logger will allow you searching and viewing logs as you do with
plain text or html logger.
With best regards,
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