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    Lumberjack:
    Lumberjack is an on-device logging tool. It turns up the log level, and allows you to view and follow the logs for specific applications from the /var/log/messages file.

    For a complete change log, up-to-date instructions, and all other information pertaining to Lumberjack, Please visit the webos-internals wiki page for it: Application:Lumberjack - WebOS Internals. Feel free to contribute to the wiki page as well.


    Installation:
    It can be found in the webos-internals feeds, and installed with preware, quick install, palm-install, etc.


    Licensing Conditions:
    Lumberjack is licensed under the GPLv2.
    Last edited by oil; 11/11/2010 at 09:21 PM.
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    Interesting tool. I hope that developers are paying attention as this will be very helpful in the debugging process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen00 View Post
    Interesting tool. I hope that developers are paying attention as this will be very helpful in the debugging process.
    We also hope users/testers will use it to submit better bug reports.
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    While I haven't installed this yet, it looks great. Are there any plans to implement alerts on certain logs via a dashboard notification?
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    Is it okay?




    No but seriously, this is cool, I'll give it a try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atomic Playboy View Post
    Is it okay?
    It sleeps all night and works all day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsei View Post
    While I haven't installed this yet, it looks great. Are there any plans to implement alerts on certain logs via a dashboard notification?
    That feature is already in place.

    -- Rod
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    Lumberjack is all sorts of awesome.
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    Sweet! Thanks so much for this Oil. Palm should have had something like this on phone from day one.

    Just sent you guys another donation for this. Good work!
    Last edited by Blubble; 08/19/2010 at 06:37 PM.
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    A must have tool for every developer!

    For more information on Sconix's (@therealsconix/@modeswitcher) webOS collective work... visit here.

    "Those convinced against their will are of the same opinion still." - Dale Carnegie
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    That feature is already in place.

    -- Rod
    Great, thanks! Guess I should have played with it before commenting.

    Depending on what can be logged, I can see this being used as a security tool. I'd certainly like to know if certain applications are trying to access my personal information.
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    Thanks, this is great.

    Also, I am amused at the name; if only because I always call my logging methods/classes "lumberjack".
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    awesome!

    how about adding:
    * Timestamps.
    * regex inclide/exclude filters?
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    Very nice!!
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    Hey!

    I see this over and over:

    (LunaSysMgr) user.crit: void CpuShareManager::writeEntry(const char*, int): Failed to open cpu share file: /dev/cgroup/game/cpu.shares

    Is this really critical? It seems like the kernel (F105) doesn't support something (Control Group Support?).


    M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xanadu73 View Post
    Hey!

    I see this over and over:

    (LunaSysMgr) user.crit: void CpuShareManager::writeEntry(const char*, int): Failed to open cpu share file: /dev/cgroup/game/cpu.shares

    Is this really critical? It seems like the kernel (F105) doesn't support something (Control Group Support?).


    M.
    It's a webOS bug, unrelated to custom kernels.

    -- Rod
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    The Linux kernel support "splitting up" CPU clock ticks depending on group membership (Control Groups). Check "General Setup" in makeconfig.


    M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xanadu73 View Post
    The Linux kernel support "splitting up" CPU clock ticks depending on group membership (Control Groups). Check "General Setup" in makeconfig.


    M.
    Yes, and webOS has a bug which omits creating this directory until the first PDK game is run, yet checking for it constantly before then.

    -- Rod
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    Yes, and webOS has a bug which omits creating this directory until the first PDK game is run, yet checking for it constantly before then.

    -- Rod

    Ah. I'm with ya now. Thanks, Rod.


    M.
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