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Re: Re: Re: Re: Determining debug levels

by clemburg (Curate)
on Feb 28, 2002 at 10:56 UTC ( #148186=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Re: Determining debug levels
in thread Determining debug levels

Log aging scheme - that was the word I was looking for (this was the "etc." free features in my previous post about logging to a database). One point more for the database side. Note that most database systems have monitoring tools that will alert you to conditions like database filling up. Also, usually a well-thought out aging/backup scheme is applied to databases used for real applications, so you get that for free, too.

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[erix]: why does that tell against the Kaiser-story?
[erix]: ah, of course, makes sense
[erix]: mafia are family based, of course
[LanX]: Doorn
[erix]: yes, I got it :) It's close to where I live (Utrecht)
[LanX]: Dutch royals usually spent their exiles on Berlin
[erix]: well, dutch royals are germans, really
[choroba]: Utrecht? Is that where we made the trip, LanX?
[erix]: we should really dupm the lot, but I got no say in the matter :)
[LanX]: yeah its a religious mafia , the only two big calvinist houses are dutch and prussian. ..

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