I have a single-site WP site and have greatly appreciated your WP Security Audit Log (WPSAL) plugin.
I upgraded today to v0.6 and found the Audit Log Viewer is in a continuous refresh/loading mode. It's been refreshing for a half-hour now. That is, a continuously rotating circle is to the immediate right of the "refresh security alerts" button. It never stops.
I logged out, closed my browser and logged in. The Audit Log page still continuously refreshes. The Audit Log did not show my logging out and logging in action.
I read the "Upgrade to 0.6 = empty log in viewer" posts. I understood the update deleted the old log - no problem. I deactivated and then deleted the previous WPSAL plugin version (data and all files) and then fresh-installed v0.6. The audit log is still continuously refreshing. It still does not show my logging in or logging out or that I installed the plugin.
Per the "Upgrade to 0.6 = empty log in viewer" posts, I went into my database.
In the wp_wordpress_auditlog table, there is the alert, "The following indexes appear to be equal and one of these should be removed: PRIMARY, EventNumber.
In the wp_wordpress_auditlog_events table, there is the alert, The following indexes appear to be equal and one of these should be removed: PRIMARY, EventID."
I'm guessing PRIMARY should be removed from both tables because it does not appear in either table while EventID and EventNumber do, but I'd rather hear it from the plugin authors.