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GL29
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Log Files location

Post by GL29 » Friday 17 October 2014 13:18

Hi,
We can find file logs in /var/log/

But can someone tell me where to find log files for sqlite3, openZwave, RFXCOM ...

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Log Files location

Post by meesje » Thursday 21 May 2015 16:35

I have the same question. Where can I find the logs of the switches, groups, temperature etc.?

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Re: Log Files location

Post by gizmocuz » Friday 22 May 2015 20:44

#1, it's all in the database
#2, in the startup script you can specify the log
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Post by Lassiv » Tuesday 06 October 2015 16:00

Can someone tell more how this Domoticz logging temperatures. Example if i want now what is my room temperature 20days ago wednesday clock 11:05 is that possible or is domoticz log only 1-5days or something like that?

I want log files hole time when domoticz is running. Example if that run 1year.. i want to see temperatures every day if i want and every clock. I know that takes little bit hard drive space, but i think that is not problem. That files not needed see normal view on Domoticz, but i want that all temps are somewhere were i can download them or something like that.

Hope someone can help :)

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Re: Log Files location

Post by bassmint » Tuesday 15 March 2016 18:05

Can someone provide the specific location of the open z-wave log file? I am not well versed in this and am having a hard times.
I have been searching for a while on many sources but only find cryptic answers.
I am having some issues and would like to use their log file analyzer.
thanks.

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Re: Log Files location

Post by gizmocuz » Tuesday 15 March 2016 19:39

If you enable the debug option for the controller, the log can be found in the 'Config' folder (OZW_Log.txt)
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Re: Log Files location

Post by nizaga » Thursday 19 January 2017 8:45

is there a way to change the location of the /home/pi/domoticz/Config/OZW_Log.txt, for instance to /var/log/ so it can be written to a RAM drive on Raspberry?

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Re: Log Files location

Post by nizaga » Tuesday 31 January 2017 9:17

hi, question for the experts...

i tried to move the OZW_Log.txt to memory by creating a softlink from /home/pi/Config/OZW_Log.txt to /var/tmp/OZW_Log.txt

could this create an issue??

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Re: Log Files location

Post by Flopp » Wednesday 13 September 2017 19:17

gizmocuz wrote:
Tuesday 15 March 2016 19:39
If you enable the debug option for the controller, the log can be found in the 'Config' folder (OZW_Log.txt)
How do you enable DEBUG for OpenZWave?

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Re: Log Files location

Post by Flopp » Wednesday 13 September 2017 19:21

Flopp wrote:
Wednesday 13 September 2017 19:17
gizmocuz wrote:
Tuesday 15 March 2016 19:39
If you enable the debug option for the controller, the log can be found in the 'Config' folder (OZW_Log.txt)
How do you enable DEBUG for OpenZWave?
Found it.
Setup-Hardware select OpenZWave click on Setup OpenZwave. Select Controller and scroll down, there you find Debug enable/disable

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