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Welcome to Geeklog Monday, April 21 2014 @ 03:26 AM EDT

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  • Staticpage to Access error.log
  • Authored by:1000ideen on Saturday, February 04 2006 @ 10:29 AM EST
Great idea, I just wonder if I got it right.

When I click that static page within Geeklog the browser asks me if I want to download a file error.log. Is that correct? I had expected to see the file displayed in the browser / Geeklog window as any other static page.
  • Staticpage to Access error.log
  • Authored by:1000ideen on Saturday, February 04 2006 @ 10:47 AM EST
Just adding: the file to download it NOT the error.log but the complete html page for what I expected the static page to look like.

In other words: I am asked to download an error.log instead of this page opening in the browser. Is this a bug or a feature? Thanks!

  • Staticpage to Access error.log
  • Authored by:Anonymous on Sunday, February 05 2006 @ 05:22 AM EST
the same happens to me, my browser asks me if I want to download this error.log file. Happens with gl 1.4 and firefox and safari...
  • Staticpage to Access error.log
  • Authored by:Tony on Monday, February 06 2006 @ 02:33 PM EST
Correct, the static page should simply download the error.log to your local filesystem. There are two reasons:

1) on high traffic sites, the error.log can be big (not to mention some GL admins forgot to rotate the log)
2) often times I need to do some searching, etc which is best done locally.

--Tony

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