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Enabling error logs in Drupal

Disabling Syslog in Drupal

    1. Login to your Drupal admin section.


    1. Click the modules link within the top menu, a lightbox will popup listing all the available modules.

  1. Scroll down and ensure that the syslog module is not ticked, then click save configuration.

Disabling Syslog via MySQL commands.

    1. Login to your Drupal MySQL database via PhpMyAdmin.


    1. We need to check the status of the module with the help of the following SELECT command:
SELECT name,status FROM system WHERE type='module';
    1. The following UPDATE command disables the module by changing the status to “0”:
UPDATE system SET status='0' WHERE name='syslog';

These changes can be confirmed by re-running the SELECT command again.

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Last saved: 2019/08/14 at 15:19 by Jamie