[FX.php List] PHP error log tracking using PID?
jschwartz at exit445.com
Sun Feb 12 09:21:35 MST 2012
So the mechanics exist. My question goes to whether this is a valid request in the FileMaker Web Publishing environment. In this case, an existing web publishing system on OS X is being moved to Windows and will be managed by their IT staff. This is their first exposure to FMS, and they have a
MySQL mindset. I've already had to deliver the bad news on several other requests where FMS just doesn't do the things that MySQL does.
Is this PID request another one of the practices common in MySQL that just isn't done in FMS?
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On Feb 12, 2012, at 3:32 AM, Steve Winter <steve at bluecrocodile.co.nz> wrote:
> I assume by PID you mean process ID…?
> There are a number of different places which you may be able to source data for this type of request
> the Apache/IIS logs themselves - they will show a range of different process - the initial calls to Apache itself, the hand-off to Tomcat, and possibly even the Tomcat actions themselves depending on your config. You may need to increase the level of logging in httpd.conf and/or your vhosts file, again depending on your local setup and the level of logging already being done
> you can increase the level of logging which Tomcat is doing when it's running on behalf of FileMaker. In the file modjk.conf (in a directory something like /Library/FileMaker Server/Admin/admin-helper/WEB-INF/conf/mod_jk.conf (on OS X v11 anyway) you'll see settings for JkFmLogFile and JkFmLogLevel. Make sure the log is set to a valid path, and increase the LogLevel to get more data going into the log (be aware that depending on the logging level and the demand on the server, this log and get very big, very quickly, so only increase the logging level for specific purposes, over short periods of time
> the log viewer within FMS will also give you a 'window' into the various log files which FileMaker server is creating in terms of Web activity.
> Does this help any…?
>> Hi Folks,
>> I'm working with a client's IT team on a project. They asked about php error tracking using PID.
>> Anyone ever run into this?
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