file: job.t package: muf status: alpha
rootLogString function appends the given text to
the server log, which is specified via the
An error will be signaled if
@$s.actingUser is not
There is also a
muf:l, function intended to be called by
non-root users: If
.muq$s.allowUserLogging is non-
will also write to the logfile. Otherwise, it silently does nothing.
Note that no quotas are applied to the logfile, hence (for example) if you log some user-triggerable activity, you open yourself to a disk-flood attack: a hostile user can attempt to trigger enough logging to fill the host disk partition, preventing expansion of the db files and thus crashing or halting the server.
See section ]rootLogPrint.
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