|Posted: Friday Apr 5th, 2013 at 4:01 pm #46725|
Hi guys, I see that logging is now disabled by default.. From the Log Files (Debug) screen, it says this:
“However, it is VERY IMPORTANT to disable logging once you go live. Log files may contain personally identifiable information, credit card numbers, secret API credentials, passwords and/or other sensitive information. We STRONGLY suggest that logging be disabled on a live site (for security reasons).”
So that makes sense, but when I disable the log directory by changing its permissions, I get this warning:
“Permissions error. The security-enabled logs directory (/wp-content/plugins/s2member-logs) is not writable. Please make this directory writable (chmod 777).”
So my question: is it safe to ignore this contradictory message? Or for some reason does the directory need to be writable even when logging is disabled?
Thanks for any help or clues about this.
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