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8 minutes ago, JorgeB said:

Make sure the plugin is up to date and reboot, then retest.


I actually just updated to 2024.01.11.1434 after I posted this as I saw there was a pending update and I see the log has rotated now.



The old log is still there; I assume it should be safe to clear out the old log now that I have updated to the latest version.

> /var/log/unraid-api/stdout.log.1


I don't think a reboot is required.


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1 minute ago, krodami said:

I actually just updated to 2024.01.11.1434 and I see the log rotated, the old log is still there so I assume it should be safe to remove the old log after the update.

We normally say reboot as that is easier for most users, but no reason you should not manually delete the old log.


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