Performance & logging
- Last Modified:
- 26 May 2020
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Configure the performance and logging settings at System Administration > System Settings > Performance & Logging.
Choose the minimum severity level of information stored in the logs.
The recommended level is "Information".
|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|
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.|
|Enable timer filter||Outputs average page request times to the logs|