Can i get email notification each time error_log added/increase?So faster to response

Each time our site got error messages, is stored in a home/username/public_html/error_log file, in ftp right?

i wonder can i get notification to email each time new error message added/increased? the response or notification is the most important, so can fixing the problem asap, and since some of us not to often accessing+checking the ftp

I guess you could run a cron job and check if the file size has increased, and if so send an email to yourself.

Rather than get incredibly annoyed by constant emails. Just have a page on the domain that is PW protected and display it there so you just hit it whenever? Much faster/easier and you wont get loads of emails all the time.

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Any Drupal devs hang out around here?

Any Drupal devs?

We’re moving to Drupal to power our network of sites.
Curious if anyone has any experience managing deployment of sites across a dev, staging, and live environment.

It’s looking to be a difficult process.

is doing some interesting stuff in that space.. it is a hosted solution though AFAIK.

Moving code from one branch to another can be made a lot easier if you use git or drush and .

Moving content is annoying as shit, though. I’ve used in D6, and it works well enough, but then you have to sync your files directory, and moving any sort of configuration over can quickly become a pain. There’s still no stable release of it for D7, though. In D7, you’re better off getting rid of the staging environment and just setting up a good workflow on production. There are several good modules for that: , , , etc
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Hi TWL Crew.

I went through the affiliate thread in the main forum. Good too see people are still around.

How’s everyone been?

whats better linkshare or commission function

Question about domain legal issues

A client of mine started their business in 2010. They started the company before they had a domain name, and when they tried to register the .com for their name they found out it was taken. They registered the .net instead and they’ve been using it ever since.

The .com wasn’t being used in 2010, it wasn’t even parked. After we launched the .net site (in 2010), my client contacted the owner asking if he could buy it, and the owner responded by parking it on one of those generic ad pages. I think that my client has emailed the .com owner a few times asking if we can buy the domain, but he either hasn’t received a reply or he hasn’t received a reasonable offer. So the .com remained parked on ads until a couple of months ago.
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best way to fix 404 errors without bloating .htaccess?

does it matter if my htaccess file is like 300kb (i use htaccess compression btw) because there are so many 404 errors and they keep growing

or it doesnt matter if its a large file it doesnt get downloaded by the user anyways so keep adding shit to it?

.htaccess is serverside, from limited research its touch and go on how big you can manage the file.
Best to just keep an eye on resources and performance to see if your changes (if big) are having an effect.

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