#test | Logs for 2023-01-28

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[20:33:15] -!- Loggie [Loggie!Loggie@Soylent/BotArmy] has joined #test
[20:33:15] -!- mode/#test [+v Loggie] by Artemis
[20:34:15] <Deucalion> test blah
[20:35:24] <janrinok> that's novel - using #test for testing....
[20:36:00] <Deucalion> I'm dumping a bit of text in some channels to see if the html gets written...
[20:36:09] <Deucalion> think it has a delay on writing to file
[20:36:47] <Deucalion> I have it running from CLI not background
[20:37:52] <janrinok> I don't recall Loggie being immediately up-to-date but I seem to remember it taking only a few minutes, no more
[20:39:22] <Deucalion> I'm just chilling for a few minutes while I see the comments scroll up my console that it is logging.
[20:41:58] <Deucalion> I see a new html file for #test 2023-01-28.html
[20:42:07] <Deucalion> \o/
[20:42:37] <janrinok> I tried the link that Loggie suggested but, as you had said, it goes nowhere
[20:43:23] <Deucalion> DNS
[20:43:29] <janrinok> yep
[20:43:32] <Deucalion> and a webserver to serve it
[20:43:40] <Deucalion> baby steps
[20:43:43] <janrinok> so a couple of minor issues....
[20:44:04] <Deucalion> #soylent logs also good
[20:44:14] <janrinok> hey - it is logging. Sit back and enjoy the success for a minute or two...
[20:45:05] <Deucalion> That's the key thing, if it's logging again then the hurdle is jumped.
[20:45:43] <Deucalion> Going to kill it again now to get it into a reliable cron setup so it starts with the server.
[21:10:01] -!- Loggie [Loggie!Loggie@Soylent/BotArmy] has joined #test
[21:10:01] -!- mode/#test [+v Loggie] by Artemis
[21:14:56] <janrinok> Loggie test message
[21:19:22] * Deucalion tests stop and start script
[21:19:55] -!- Loggie [Loggie!Loggie@Soylent/BotArmy] has joined #test
[21:19:55] -!- mode/#test [+v Loggie] by Artemis
[21:20:04] <Deucalion> start works
[21:20:23] <janrinok> more Loggie test rubbish
[21:22:49] <Deucalion> ^^ That got logged
[21:24:11] <janrinok> add it to the 9 years of absolutely vital information that we have logged previously
[22:06:11] <Deucalion> It was you that brought uplack of logging being a problem somehow...