.log files

So using Flame 2022.1. Every time we temporarily archive a project for safety it creates a .log file. So on a long job we can have up to 20 .log files in the folder along with the 2 usual archive files.

Are these .log files needed??


*Disclaimer - When I start with “As far as I know”, you can interpret this as “I am guessing”.

As far as I know this is just a printout, logging the archive process. It is not reused and up to you if you want to delete. :grin:

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Well said @PlaceYourBetts . They are a garnish. Possibly helpful but not a critical component of the dish.

Hello group!

The log files created when creating or adding to an archive are only logs for future reference. They are text files and could be removed if not needed BUT it is a good idea to keep them for investigating issues. If you open one of these log in a ext editor, you could read it and find errors if any.

Deleting these files does not prevent opening an archive. If this is your case, please open a support ticket because that means other files might have a problem but that would not be the log files since they are not read when restoring an archive.

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Chis, it would be nice if you could package something so our Support could have a look.