Support » Plugin: Error Log Monitor » Is it reporting correctly?

  • I’m running a website with this plugging without problems for a few months now. Last week Google maps threw the theme a problem which was resolved buy the theme development guys within 24 hours with new Map PHP pages.
    Unfortunately that’s when the error log monitor started logging errors
    Nov 29, 13:56:55 WordPress database error You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ” at line 1 for query select c.term_icon from wp_terms c where c.term_id = made by require(‘wp-blog-header.php’), require_once(‘wp-includes/template-loader.php’), include(‘/themes/GeoPlaces/taxonomy-placecategory.php’), include_once(‘/themes/GeoPlaces/library/map/category_listing_map.php’), get_category_listing_map, get_category_map_listing_1, get_cat_search_listing
    However the WP error log is not showing them nor the hosting error log.
    Also there is no error apparent on the front-end which is working fine.
    I’ve tried running on WAMP using the same theme from scratch with basic setup and this gives the same errors reported results.
    Can you tell me where else I can go to verify the monitor logs?


    Fred Morgan

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  • I have the same question.. I am noticing a recurring error that does NOT appear in any of host error logs.. The error indicates an issue with a file that I KNOW is not an issue.. I’ve spent the better part of the last three days chasing down an error that seems to have no real source, and error logs that ONLY exist within the confines of errors written to the error log from this mod..

    Yep.. I just spent some time on the phone with my webhost.. the “errors” this plugin keeps reporting are NOT in any of my webhosts error logs.. More interestingly is this “ghost” error is NOT from WordPress at all but from my Zen Cart store.. AND these errors are NOT appearing in ANY of the Zen Cart error logs.. I intentionally changed the alleged offending line so that I would intentionally create an error log, and the “ghost” error still appears even though the function name it’s complaining about has been altered..

    Sooooooooooo… I am uninstalling this as it is not reliable IMHO.. I’ll just configure my wp-config file to capture logs, and forego having a dashboard widget to view the error log (which is really all this plugin gives me anyway).

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