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Performance & logging

Last Modified:
26 May 2020
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Configure the performance and logging settings at System Administration > System Settings > Performance & Logging.


Minimum severity

Choose the minimum severity level of information stored in the logs.

The recommended level is "Information".

Event type  
Access Logs pages viewed by users
Update Logs updates by users
Scheduled Logs scheduled tasks
System Logs internal system events
Error Logs internal problems

Memory usage options

Enabled Monitors memory usage
Check interval (minutes) Sets the number of minutes between each memory usage check
Warn when application server reaches 100% memory allocation Enables an email to be sent when the application reaches 100% of the memory allocation
Send warning message when usage reaches certain level Sets the memory allocation used (%) threshold before a warning email is sent
Send critical message when usage reaches a certain level Sets the memory allocation used (%) threshold before a critical email is sent
Send contact email to all TERMINALFOUR administrators Sends emails to all administrator users
Email addresses of external users that should be contacted Comma separated list of email addresses

Performance report

Only integers should be added here; decimal values will be rounded down to 0.

Performance record interval (seconds) Sets the number of seconds between each system performance check
Duration to store records (hours) Sets the number of hours to store performance reports
Duration to store publish records (days)  Sets the number of days to store publish reports. Old reports are cleaned down when a publish is run i.e. if no publish is run for any channel, old reports will not be removed, although they are older than the configured duration that should be stored.

Timer filter

Enable timer filter Outputs average page request times to the logs