inadyn.log

#1
>>> Contents of /var/log/inadyn.log 228.00 bytes
INADYN: Started 'INADYN version 1.96.2' - dynamic DNS updater.
I:INADYN: IP address for alias 'me.no-ip.org' needs update to 'xx.xxx.xx.xx'
I:INADYN: Alias 'me.no-ip.org' to IP 'xx.xxx.xx.xx' updated successful.

This is my current log. I have no way of knowing if it is an old log or a current one.

Could the log have a date?

Does the log only change if there is a problem?
 

af123

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#2
The log file is blanked whenever the box is powered down, so that will have been created the last time you booted.
The log is created by inadyn itself and it chooses not to add timestamps, but I could update the webif to show you the date/time that the log file last changed.
 
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makem
#3
The log file is blanked whenever the box is powered down, so that will have been created the last time you booted.
The log is created by inadyn itself and it chooses not to add timestamps, but I could update the webif to show you the date/time that the log file last changed.
No thanks af. However a mention of your explanation in the Wiki would be helpful.

Oh! I forgot to check the WIKI first :eek:
 
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makem
#5
af123's note wasn't in the WiKi, But it is now, HERE, I suppose I should have said that it was there all along :)
Hehe that would not have worked!

I checked immediately ;)

However I think 'powered down' needs explanation too?

Hard boot, soft boot, standby?

I know you mean standby.
 
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