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    Log File Line Format explained

    What exactly is the format definition for the log file lines?

    For example:

    Code:
    2016-08-10 21:42:17.285870|INFO    |VirtualServerBase|  1| client disconnected 'Laser'(id:927) reason 'reasonmsg=leaving'
    2016-08-10 21:42:17 - Obviously the date

    .285870 - Not sure?

    INFO - Log line type

    VirtualServerBase - Source of log message?

    1 - Maybe Virtual Server ID?

    client disconnected 'Laser'(id:927) reason 'reasonmsg=leaving' - The actual data of the message

    Is this explained/defined anywhere?

    And are channel joins/parts logged anywhere?

    I found this in my local log file, but for some reason couldn't find this data anywhere in my MySQL database that TS3 uses.
    Last edited by -FN-; September 7th, 2016 at 09:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -FN- View Post
    .285870 - Not sure?
    Ás of course.
    Quote Originally Posted by -FN- View Post
    VirtualServerBase - Source of log message?
    Yes.
    Quote Originally Posted by -FN- View Post
    1 - Maybe Virtual Server ID?
    Yes.
    Quote Originally Posted by -FN- View Post
    Is this explained/defined anywhere?
    No, it's self-explanatory.
    Quote Originally Posted by -FN- View Post
    And are channel joins/parts logged anywhere?
    Can be enabled.
    Quote Originally Posted by -FN- View Post
    I found this in my local log file, but for some reason couldn't find this data anywhere in my MySQL database that TS3 uses.
    No longer possible as of 3.0.1.

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