Thu Jun 16 07:37:48 EDT 2016
users are no longer considered "Trusted". A couple of questions:
* is there a way to know for sure whether users are trusted or not?
e.g. is there a debug log file somewhere that I'm missing? or an
option to increase logging?
* I've been haphazardly adding my own "logging" by writing to stderr
and seeing what lands in data/error.log ... it's quite frustrating,
though, because I'm never quite sure if the lack of output by
a particular print statement is because that line of code isn't hit,
or because stderr doesn't happen to be redirected to data/error.log
when it is hit. Some stderr output seems to go to
/var/log/httpd/error_log, but it all seems rather random and
unpredictable. What is the *right* way to add debug logging
statements to Moin to try to figure out what it's doing?
* our wikiconfig.py correctly (?) does
from MoinMoin import auth
auth = [auth.http]
but I'm having a hard time understanding exactly when auth.http() is
called. Since we use the CGI interface only (performance is
acceptable, so we haven't bothered with anything fancier), I would
expect it to be called for every single request. But adding a
"print >>sys.stderr, ..." statement in auth.http() does not backup
that assumption. So ... am I right? is auth.http() supposed to be
called on every hit?
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