Dbispconfig log tables are getting large and not getting deleted.
I have couple of questions regarding log tables in dbispconfig.
I'm running Debian Lenny 5.0.4 with 3 ispconfig server, one master and two slaves. I saw that my backups of ispconfig .sql files where over 40MB and that was strange because i have not added that many clients.
I compared with .sql backup before i upgraded to 188.8.131.52 from 184.108.40.206 and old ones are 2-3MB large. I logged in through phpmyadmin and saw that monitor_data tables is 12MB large and sys_log 23MB.
Somehow they are not deleted or is there any rotation or scripts that deletes those files? Can i empty those tables without affecting dbispconfig functionality.
Going through log files i can see millions of following warning messages:
DB::query(DELETE FROM monitor_data WHERE type ='sys_log' AND created < 1279196702) -> mysql_query SELECT command denied to user 'ispcsrv2'@'mail.server.com' for column 'type' in table 'monitor_data'
DB::query(DELETE FROM monitor_data WHERE type ='sys_log' AND created < 1279196702) -> mysql_query SELECT command denied to user 'ispcsrv3'@'web.server.com' for column 'type' in table 'monitor_data'
Thanx in advance
Update to ISPConfig 220.127.116.11 and select to reconfigure the database permissions when you update the slave.
I will try that. Do i need to manually delete logs from tables or is it the script that does the cleaning of current logs?
The script will do the cleanup on a nightly basis after you updated master and slaves.
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