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XferLogLevel
September 07, 2007 07:35AM
Even if my XferLogLevel is setted at 1 in my config.pl, backuppc
doesn't log me one line per file, and I cannot view no files logged.
Why?

# Level of verbosity in Xfer log files. 0 means be quiet, 1 will give
# will give one line per file, 2 will also show skipped files on
# incrementals, higher values give more output.
#
$Conf{XferLogLevel} =3D 1;

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XferLogLevel
September 09, 2007 06:11AM
shacky writes:

[quote]Even if my XferLogLevel is setted at 1 in my config.pl, backuppc
doesn't log me one line per file, and I cannot view no files logged.
Why?

# Level of verbosity in Xfer log files. 0 means be quiet, 1 will give
# will give one line per file, 2 will also show skipped files on
# incrementals, higher values give more output.
#
$Conf{XferLogLevel} =3D 1;
[/quote]
Are you looking the right file: XferLOG (not the LOG file)?

Craig

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XferLogLevel
December 01, 2016 11:14AM
shacky writes:

Even if my XferLogLevel is setted at 1 in my config.pl, backuppc
doesn't log me one line per file, and I cannot view no files logged.
Why?

# Level of verbosity in Xfer log files. 0 means be quiet, 1 will give
# will give one line per file, 2 will also show skipped files on
# incrementals, higher values give more output.
#
$Conf{XferLogLevel} =3D 1;

Are you looking the right file: XferLOG (not the LOG file)?

Craig

Hope I don't get crucified for resurrecting this oldie...
First question - what the heck is the "3D" doing in front of the "1;"? Is that an artifact from the email or forum?
Second question - With LogLevel set to "1" I only get the option to view the XferLOG if it triggers a Xfer error. I want to validate that rsync is getting all the options sent to it but have no visibility into it since there's no XferLog button to select:

server Home
Browse backups
LOG file
LOG files
Edit Config

But if a host encounters an error I get additional buttons:
server Home
Browse backups
LOG file
LOG files
Last bad XferLOG
Last bad XferLOG (errors only)
Edit Config
XferLogLevel
December 12, 2016 06:13AM
Second question - With LogLevel set to "1" I only get the option to view the XferLOG if it triggers a Xfer error. I want to validate that rsync is getting all the options sent to it but have no visibility into it since there's no XferLog button to select:
...
Answering my own question since I found the location - the button to review the xfer logs isn't available on the left-hand menu of a host summary unless there is an error. All xfer logs are preserved for each historical backup along with error logs under the section titled "Xfer Error Summary"
tl;dr: scroll down, dummy!
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