Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of logging


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Timestamp:
10/14/08 11:36:07 (9 years ago)
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kenalker
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  • logging

    v2 v3  
    1717By default Mulberry does not log the authentication transaction that takes place on the network connections for security reasons, but does log all other in formation. Logging of authentication details can be turned on as an option, but may expose passwords in the log file. 
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    19 To turn logging on, hold down the option (Mac OS), alt (Win32) or control (Unix) keys on the keyboard and select the Preferences menu item from the main menu. The resulting dialog allows you to turn on or off logging for each of the above. For security reasons, when logging is on for at least one type of log, Mulberry will display a warning when it is started up to indicate that data is being collected and stored on the local disk. 
     19To turn logging on, hold down the option (Mac OS), alt (Win32) or control (Unix) keys on the keyboard and select the Preferences menu item from the main menu.  (In Win32 using the sequential keypresses Alt-f Alt-f may prove easier than using the mouse). The resulting dialog allows you to turn on or off logging for each of the above. For security reasons, when logging is on for at least one type of log, Mulberry will display a warning when it is started up to indicate that data is being collected and stored on the local disk. 
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    2121When logging is on, Mulberry writes the log data to files stored in a Logs directory in the Mulberry application directory (Mac OS & Win32), or the ~/.mulberry directory (Unix). The log files have names corresponding to the type of logging being done. Disconnected playback logs are stored in the Disconnected directory under each account used for disconnected operations.