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Logging

 

Disk based logging provides detailed logging of operations performed by flashFXP. This is intended for users that need to diagnose or review the operations performed by FlashFXP.

 

     Enable Global logging

          When checked, disk based logging is enabled.

     Store logs in unique session folders
When checked, FlashFXP will create relevant folders and place the respective log files inside. Otherwise log files will contain information from all sessions.

    Number of logs to store on disk (0 =  unlimited)
Defines how many logs to store on disk from 1~10000 or unlimited.

 Limit session log size (MB)
Defines maximum log size on disk from 1~1000MB

    Log Folder /  Browse
Defines the folder where log files will be stored. This folder should not be used for any other purpose other than storing log files.

    Open log folder
Will open the log folder in windows explorer.

    Delete logs
Will delete all logs and folders within the log folder. Confirmation is required.

Server

     Session
When checked, a session.log file is created. This log file contains all commands sent to and received from the server.

     Upload
When checked, uploads will be logged.

     Download
When checked, downloads will be logged.

     Site to Site
When checked, site to site transfers will be logged.

File Transfer

     Successful
When checked, successful transfers (Upload, Download, or Site to Site depending on which is checked) are logged to a file named transfer.log

     Failed
When checked, failed transfers (Upload, Download, or Site to Site depending on which is checked) are logged to a file named fail.log

     Skipped
When checked, skipped transfers (Upload, Download, or Site to Site depending on which is checked) are logged to a file named skip.log

     Summary
When checked, a summary of the transfer queue will be written to a file named summary.log.  This log includes information such as when the transfer queue started, ended, duration, the number of files transferred, failed, skipped.

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