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Hi there, while developing a sideproject which is completly build with ProcessModules i suddenly had the urge to measure the performance of some modules 😉 as a result, say welcome to the FlowtiAppPerformance module. It comes bundled with a small helper module called FlowtiModuleProfiler. In the first release, even though you could select other modules, it will track the execution of selected Site/ProcessModules. This will give you the ability to gain insights how your Application behaves. The Main Module itself will come with 2 Logging Options, Database or PW Logs. Select Database for Charts and Logs...well If you just want your profiles as a simple log file in PW. You also could choose to dump the request profile into TracyDebugger as shown here: Dont wonder about my avg_sysload, somehow my laptop cant handle multiple VMs that good 😄 Settings Screen Monitoring FlowtiLogs again, dont look at the sysload 😄 I will update the Module in the future to give some filter options and aggregation, but for now it satisfies my needs. I hope it is helpfull for some. Module is submited to the directory and hosted at github https://github.com/Luis85/FlowtiAppPerformance Any suggestions, wishes etc. are much appreciated. Cheers, Luis
LogMaintenance A simple ProcessWire module to give some maintenance control over log files. I found myself often having lots of log files for different things that can grow more or less quickly to a size where they can be difficult to maintain. The built in Logger of PW does a good job of giving you the possibility to delete or prune logs. But it has to be done manually and sometimes a log grows into millions of lines, which makes it often impossible to even prune it as it's too large. LogMaintenance uses LazyCron to run the maintenance task and there's several settings you can setup on a global or per log basis. Archive: will create zip files for each log file in logs/archive/ folder and add the log each time the maintenance is run to a subfolder containing the datetime. Lines: keeps logs to a certain number of lines Days: keeps the log to a certain number of days Bytes: keeps the log to a certain amount of bytes Each setting is checked from top down, the first setting to contain something is used. So if you check the "Archive" option, all other settings are ignored and logs are archived everytime the LazyCron is executed. If you want to keep your logs to a certain amount of bytes just leave all other settings to 0 or blank. Per Log Settings There's a textarea that you can use to setup a config for a specific log file one per line. All the logs you define here ignore the global settings above. The syntax for the settings is: logname:[archive]:[lines]:[days]:[bytes] errors:1:0:0:0 // would archive the errors log messages:0:10000:0:0 // will prune the errors log to 10000 lines The module can be found on github for you to check out. It's still fresh and I'm currently testing. https://github.com/somatonic/LogMaintenance
Thought I's try SystemNotifications and found it over kill as I would get alot of warnings, changes and errors appearing and persisting which was scaring my client. But now I'm unable to uninstall it without getting errors on the user edit page saying it requires a module that doesnt exsist any more... anyone had this issue or can recommend how to use this module correctly?