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A file that is 2366575691 big!!!


arames

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Turn off (set to false) Store Page Parse Time in admin -> Configuration -> Logging

 

It's a trouble shooting tool. It's not supposed to run all the time.

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Thank you so much for your prompt response.

 

But how can I now change the file into a Normal size and not take all the size on my server.

 

p.s: What does this file does? "Store the time it takes to parse a page"? Why do we need it? Is it helpfull?

 

Again thank you in advance

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Thank you so much for your prompt response.

 

But how can I now change the file into a Normal size and not take all the size on my server.

 

p.s: What does this file does? "Store the time it takes to parse a page"? Why do we need it? Is it helpfull?

 

Again thank you in advance

Just delete it. Whaddaya gonna do, download it to your PC? :P

 

You turn on that feature if you want to analyze the performance of your installation. If you don't know what it's for you don't need to turn it on.

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Here's what it looks like:

 

12/12/2005 23:19:06 - /catalog/ (1.291s)

12/12/2005 23:19:20 - /catalog/ (0.128s)

12/12/2005 23:19:22 - /catalog/ (0.160s)

12/12/2005 23:22:10 - /catalog/index.php?cPath=3 (0.291s)

12/12/2005 23:22:12 - /catalog/index.php?cPath=1 (0.224s)

12/12/2005 23:22:14 - /catalog/index.php?cPath=2 (0.134s)

12/12/2005 23:22:17 - /catalog/index.php?cPath=3 (0.337s)

12/12/2005 23:22:24 - /catalog/product_info.php?products_id=9 (0.434s)

12/12/2005 23:24:10 - /catalog/index.php?cPath=2&osCsid=45ec6ed53b77de084ba09c5ae9867687 (0.405s)

12/12/2005 23:24:14 - /catalog/product_reviews_info.php?products_id=19&reviews_id=1 (0.238s)

12/12/2005 23:24:19 - /catalog/advanced_search.php (0.282s)

12/12/2005 23:25:56 - /catalog/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=&products_id=5 (0.138s)

12/12/2005 23:25:59 - /catalog/shopping_cart.php (0.268s)

12/12/2005 23:26:03 - /catalog/index.php?cPath=3 (0.114s)

12/12/2005 23:26:05 - /catalog/product_info.php?products_id=12 (0.345s)

12/12/2005 23:26:08 - /catalog/shopping_cart.php (0.119s)

12/12/2005 23:26:10 - /catalog/product_info.php?products_id=26 (0.270s)

12/12/2005 23:26:13 - /catalog/shopping_cart.php (0.108s)

12/12/2005 23:26:18 - /catalog/index.php?cPath=1 (0.142s)

12/12/2005 23:26:21 - /catalog/product_info.php?products_id=1 (0.208s)

12/12/2005 23:26:24 - /catalog/shopping_cart.php (0.189s)

 

Every time you click something either in catalog or admin you get a new line.

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