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  • n. A file that serves as a log.

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Examples

  • The problem is that most of the logfile was the looping queries, which is a waste to send over, as each 1. 1G binary log was taking about 2 hours to apply.

    Planet MySQL

  • I've created a "Quick and Dirty" Perl program which reads a GNU ddrescue 1.0 "logfile" (sector list file), and generates a DOS. bat file of SpinRite 6.0 commands to try to recover the unrecovered regions.

    freshmeat.net Releases

  • It is some kind of logfile, warning about ports that have been opened and listened to, programs changed, permissions changed etc.

    PCLinuxOS-Forums

  • I've created a "Quick and Dirty" Perl program which reads a GNU ddrescue 1.0 "logfile"

    freshmeat.net Releases

  • The inbox of the future looks more like logfile analysis and aggregation and less like an email platform.

    Why Email Clients Need to Change

  • Other bloggers reacted with their own logfile info here and here.

    FL-SEN: Mystery Of Harris' Secret Cyber-Friend In India

  • - For intermittent bugs: list possible factors and try varying them one at a time; output a logfile and look for patterns

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • It basically records all your keystrokes and writes them to a logfile.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • The logfile showed an untrusted key, so I decided to use apt-get as I have done for the past four releases or so.

    The joy of computers.

  • As seen in the daemon's configuration file, there are three different logs: logfile, speedlog and out.

    Boing Boing: December 7, 2003 - December 13, 2003 Archives

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