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Old 10-15-2012, 04:15 PM   #1
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calibre-server access log?

Does calibre-server have an access log? I would like to see which of my e-books are being downloaded and by whom. Thank you

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Old 10-15-2012, 06:09 PM   #2
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Yep! In Calibre's preferences, go to "Sharing over the net" and click "View server logs". A window appears with two text fields, "Error log" and "Access log". If you want to search/filter the log you'll probably find it easier to copy and paste the text into another text editor first. On my Mac, the log file is also saved as ~/Library/Preferences/calibre/server_access_log.txt.

Note that the log records all sorts of activity besides actual ebook downloads, so you'd want to search for lines containing "/get/epub" or something like that to find the requests you're interested in.

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Yep! In Calibre's preferences, go to "Sharing over the net" and click "View server logs". A window appears with two text fields, "Error log" and "Access log". If you want to search/filter the log you'll probably find it easier to copy and paste the text into another text editor first. On my Mac, the log file is also saved as ~/Library/Preferences/calibre/server_access_log.txt.

Note that the log records all sorts of activity besides actual ebook downloads, so you'd want to search for lines containing "/get/epub" or something like that to find the requests you're interested in.
Wow, I can't believe I didn't see that! Thanks
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On my Mac, the log file is also saved as ~/Library/Preferences/calibre/server_access_log.txt.
Do you know where it is on Linux? Thanks

UPDATE: Eureka! It's ~/.config/calibre/server_access_log.txt
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Calibre server command line logs?

Do you know if it is possible to have access logs when running the calibre server via the command line? If yes where are the logs situated?
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Do you know if it is possible to have access logs when running the calibre server via the command line? If yes where are the logs situated?
Still in Calibre configuration folder.
Either way it is launched
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