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Will an operation list which doesn't run due to not meeting "check changes" generate any log data?

Tom Parker 1 month ago • updated by Adam van Vliet (Chief Information Security Officer) 1 month ago 4

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I was doing a test with this and it doesn't appear to be the case. If not, this might be a good idea to implement as it can lead to some confusion.

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It does, but under Verbose. It was far too noisy otherwise, with a lot of implementation running the check every few seconds, which really adds up over a number of operations lists. Do you have any thoughts on the right balance of logging vs noise? Thanks.
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It does, but under Verbose. It was far too noisy otherwise, with a lot of implementation running the check every few seconds, which really adds up over a number of operations lists. Do you have any thoughts on the right balance of logging vs noise? Thanks.

No, I think that's reasonable behavior. I just needed to know for this specific instance.

It would be good to know which events will be logged under which level of detail on the core logger but I think based on previous conversations it was decided that there are too many possible events to meaningfully document the levels.

Thanks. Yes there are a huge number of events and keeping track of them manually would be very time consuming and error prone. We can have a think of how this could be automatically generated, however, but would not be on the immediate road-map.