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    Question Log Files (TS3 64bit)

    First of all, hey to you all.
    I have a simple and short question..
    Is it possible to save the .log (LogFiles) of the TS3Server to a static file without "Random" Digits at end.
    Also i dont even know if that are random digits
    here is what i mean:
    ts3server_2010-02-14__04_25_14.054528.log
    is it possible to get it like:
    ts3server_2010-02-14__04_25_14.log
    or a static file:
    ts3server.log

    Thanks for your Help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadSix17 View Post
    First of all, hey to you all.
    I have a simple and short question..
    Is it possible to save the .log (LogFiles) of the TS3Server to a static file without "Random" Digits at end.
    Also i dont even know if that are random digits
    it's a time stamp. and no i don't believe you can. even if you could it's not a good idea.

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    Time Stamp ? wich format for me it looks like random numbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadSix17 View Post
    Time Stamp ? wich format for me it looks like random numbers
    ts3server_2010-02-14__04_25_14.log
    date of the log i'm guessing this has something to do with time. probably the time at which the log was begun

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    Yeah, good guess, it's the timestamp of the last server start.

    2010-02-14__04_25_14 means that the server was started on 2010 February 14, 04:25 and 14 seconds in the morning. They are using the ISO standard date format, which is going from largest to smallest, i.e. YYYY-MM-DD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoXNoX View Post
    Yeah, good guess, it's the timestamp of the last server start.

    2010-02-14__04_25_14 means that the server was started on 2010 February 14, 04:25 and 14 seconds in the morning. They are using the ISO standard date format, which is going from largest to smallest, i.e. YYYY-MM-DD.
    that's what i figured...thanks for confirming

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    Doh, rereading the original post he's asking about the random bit just before .log. So 054528 in this case in ts3server_2010-02-14__04_25_14.054528.log. I guess it's there because if you have many virtual servers and two start at the same second, which can easily happen if the whole server restarts, there would be a file name conflict.

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    Um ok BUT i need to write a socket or a Script wich reads the log. and because of the random digits its hard to get the newest file (I know i could use the "Last Edit Time" to get the newest but im not that good with sockets) so i hoped i can change it lol, i mean TS2 used a static file also...

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    Given you have the Permission to do so you can read the Serverlogs from the QueryInterface which should eliminate the need to read the files.

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    Query is Confusing i gone on it with telnet and a socket, but cant login,

    "login"

    gives:

    "error id=1538 msg=invalid\sparameter"

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    How about RTFM?
    Right syntax:
    login <here's your login name> <here's your password>

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