[Spice-devel] log file for spice-gtk
alevy at redhat.com
Thu Mar 15 07:09:29 PDT 2012
On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 02:59:30PM +0100, Marc-André Lureau wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 2:36 PM, Alon Levy <alevy at redhat.com> wrote:
> > /home/alon/.cache/shotwell/shotwell.log
> I have this one too, it's overwritten after each run.
> > /home/alon/.cache/telepathy/logger
> > /home/alon/.cache/telepathy/logger/sqlite-data
> > /home/alon/.cache/tracker/ontologies.gvdb
> false positive
Right, my bad.
> > /home/alon/.cache/zeitgeist/daemon.log
> I wonder at what level they actually log, during startup, and if they
> overwrite it each run.
It's a log. It contains lines with number (I presume process id), date,
type (DEBUG mostly, some INFO), namespace (zeitgeist.storagemonitor,
.engine etc.) dash, and log message.
> > /home/alon/.config/MonoDevelop/log
> The log output is also logged to files and/or the terminal, though the
> location of this information depends on the platform and on how
> MonoDevelop is run.
Which still leaves it as a log.
> > /home/alon/.config/autokey/autokey.log
> > /home/alon/.config/google-googletalkplugin/gtbplugin.log
> > /home/alon/.config/inkscape/extension-errors.log
> > /home/alon/.config/ipython/profile_default/log
> > /home/alon/.config/libreoffice/3/user/uno_packages/cache/log.txt
> ah, logging in config directory..
Is that a problem?
ipython didn't actually contain anything, so let's ignore that. The rest
are non empty log files containing logs:
> I don't have any of these except extension-errors.log, although I run
> all your programs except autokey.
> > /home/alon/.wine/winetricks.log
> > /home/alon/.pytrainer/log.out
> > /home/alon/.steelstorm/gamedata/ddstexturefailures.log
> I am not sure we should care about those 3 as being representative of
> desktop logging.
Ok, what is your criteria for being representative?
Otherwise, 7, 8, 9.
> > /home/alon/.virt-manager/virt-manager.log
> > /home/alon/.virtinst/virt-install.log
> > /home/alon/.spicec/spicec.log
> I would file some bugs. Hopefully they are short-lived, and overwritten files.
spicec was just a blast from the past. The other two - you would file
bugs because *you* think it's a problem. Fair enough. But still,
> > And that's just searching for "*.log", I'm sure I missed some.
> I don't think so. To me you just proved my point, ymmv
By showing 11 programs that use log files that are not syslog I've
proved your point? Nice talking to you :)
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