Per Fred from a post from 2008: Click the 'Reports' button on the Edit Log screen in RDLogEdit, select 'Log Listing', then click 'Generate' to produce a log listing. By default, the system will use 'vi' to display that on Linux, or 'notepad' on Windows, but that can be overridden by setting up the $VISUAL variable in your environment to point to the editor of your choice ('kwrite' being a popular one on Linux).
On Sat, Apr 14, 2018 at 3:43 PM, Robert Jeffares <jeffares.rob...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi James, > > > On 15/04/18 05:30, ija...@jamcorbroadcast.com wrote: > >> >> I need to know what is the directory that rivenlell keeps the logs it >> builds. >> > Rivendell logs are stored as MySQL tables in Rivendell. > > If RD is configured to use local log generation the Log Management > programs RDLOGEDIT and RDLOGMANAGER connect to MySQL as does RDAIRPLAY each > reading and writing to the table which is the log for a day. > > If Rivendell is doing the music log that's where the data is stored. > > You use the various tools to review and edit. There should be no need to > review the MySQL table but you can. > > regards > Robert > > _______________________________________________ > Rivendell-dev mailing list > Rivendellemail@example.com > http://caspian.paravelsystems.com/mailman/listinfo/rivendell-dev >
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