No Crash but Errors are Being Logged

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Rick | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jan 30 2019 11:20 AM

Recently, I have noticed that my OneDrive is updating every time I close Logos. The logs were quite long, so I deleted them and made new logs in order to make them more manageable. The CEF log is reporting an "unknown workflow key type" and the Logos Error file is consitent with a SQLite indexing error. 

The logs are attached. Is this anything to be concerned about, other than my OneDrive Documents folder constantly updating? 

Question #2: Is there a way to change the default location of these logs? I'd rather them be somewhere else than my Documents folder.

Thanks.

7776.Errors.zip

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LogosEmployee

RE: OneDrive and changing logs location; see https://community.logos.com/forums/p/174146/1005843.aspx#1005843

RE: The SQLite "Error"; this is not an error that will cause any problems, but simply an indication that Logos is most likely performing a less-than-optimal database query. From the log, it's not possible to determine what impact this actually has: it might be that a 10ms query is now taking, say, 30ms. Or it might actually indicate a true performance issue. We'd have to track down the relevant source code to know for sure.

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Rick | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 31 2019 6:30 AM

Thank you, Bradley. 

I have not noticed any performance issues. I just wanted to make sure this wasn't an indication of a bigger issue. Thank you again.

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