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WordPress Compatible

Install this on your WordPress site to catch errors and decrease page load times! After installing on a WooCommerce WordPress site – I discovered a number of errors in the WooCommerce plugin as well as some of their extensions. After fixing them – pages loaded about 2 seconds faster!

Install Log Server

  1. Upload the file and directory to your server.
  2. Setup a database.
  3. Edit the config file and run the error_logger/install.php file.
  4. Done!

4 ways to log errors / events

  • Send them to the Error Logger Server
  • Send them to multiple email address (can be filtered by error type)
  • print them on the screen (great for debugging on the spot)
  • send them to a local error log file

You can enable or disable each one independently – and they all work together as well.

Invoke on ANY & ALL your domains

Upload the “error_catcher.php” file and add the following bit of code to any PHP page (or a global file) to invoke Error Logger and start logging errors. You can upload this single file and paste this snippet of code on as many domains as you want – All domains will send the errors to your Error Logger Server – so you can check all errors from one convenient location!!
<?php
include_once("/absolute/path/to/error_catcher.php");
$ErrorLogger = new ErrorLogger();

$ErrorLogger->enable_error(true, E_ALL);
$ErrorLogger->enable_fatal(true);

// Log methods
$ErrorLogger->set_local_file(TRUE, dirname(__FILE__) . '/path/to/dir/');
//$ErrorLogger->set_print(TRUE);
$ErrorLogger->set_remote_server(TRUE, array('server'=>'http://your_server.com/error_log_server/server.php', 'psk'=>'Y0uR_P5k'));

$ErrorLogger->set_email(TRUE, 
  array(
    array('email' => 'you@gmail.com'), //will be emailed EVERY error set by enable_error above (line 7)
    array('email' => 'error_dept@gmail.com', 'type'=>array('Fatal', 'Warning')), //will only be email when Fatal or Warning
  )
);

$ErrorLogger->set_ignore(TRUE, 
  array(
    'register_globals',
    'any string you want',
  )
);
?>

 

This has only been tested on a Linux server – not yet tested on a *AMP (home server).

 

Error & Event Logger was built using my Database Code Generator script. My Randomator Database Stuffit Generator generated over 100,000 errors for stress and performance testing. I used my Code Repository Snippet Manager script to reduce development time! And My PHP Version Finder says this script requires PHP 5.2 or higher

Help Videos

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Config


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Server


Example


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