hey there ! any idea how can we push those logs also via decalog? i am talking about the logs in wp-content/uploads/wc-logs
the woocommerce logs (webhooks and some more).
i think decalog does not “see” those logs and it would be great to push them to datadog via decalog plugin.
Hello @freshuk !
By default DecaLog automatically sends these WooCommerce logs when it detects WooCommerce is installed and activated.
I’ve just discovered a modification in the way WooCommerce generates its logs which could explain these specific logs are not caught by DecaLog.
May I ask you to test the new 3.6 version of DecaLog (which will be released in less than 3 weeks) and tell me if it “fixes” your problem?
Dear Pierre, sure thing! Will test and let you know. Thank you
Version 3.6.0 is released. Could you confirm it fixes your issue?
updated to the new version and testing!
indeed there’s huge amount of logs that were not there before! i am still studying it all
what really floods the log is this one:
is this related to decalog?
i enabled the query monitoring with traces, is there a change it REALLY makes the website slow on backend and frontend?
because every possible query is marked as slow on the logs it ships to datadog..not sure it’s normal