helga.mayer at uni-hohenheim.de
Wed Mar 30 18:18:05 CEST 2011
Quoting Michael Storz <Michael.Storz at lrz.de>:
> On Wed, 30 Mar 2011, Patrick Ben Koetter wrote:
>> Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2011 09:19:36 +0200
>> From: Patrick Ben Koetter <p at state-of-mind.de>
>> To: Amavis Users <amavis-users at amavis.org>
>> Subject: Logging statistics
>> most people I know run amavis with $log_level = 2, because it gives them
>> valuable output on spam test scores. They feed this output to scripts and
>> create statistics.
>> However running amavis in that $log_level also creates a lot of unnecessary
>> output - unless you debug.
>> I think it would be useful to have a separate option that lets
>> amavis run with
>> normal, low $log_level, but creates output for statistical
>> purposes. I am not
>> sure though how it should be stored. Both, logfile and snmp.db, seem to be
>> good places. I guess snmp.db would be the hard way. Anyway...
>> Would you consider adding such a feature?
>> p at rick
> Hi Patrick,
> we run with log_level = 0 and still get all the necessary data. We have
> uncommented the line
> #[? %#T ||, Tests: \[[%T|,]\]]#
Thank you for the hint, that's exactly what I needed.
> for config variable $log_templ to get the tests and their score. I am
> using this to check, if all my local tests are still working.
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