Am 02.07.2014 19:56, schrieb Mike G:
> You can view all queries going through MySQL by using the General Query
> Log <http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/query-log.html
> The short version is log into MySQL as an administrative user (such as
> root), and use the following commands:
> *mysql> SET GLOBAL general_log = 1;*
> *mysql> SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'general_log_file';*
I cannot enable the log on the MySQL server because the server is a
remote server (well, one meter away) that is used for many other
projects and has thousands of requests per second. I already asked the
DBAs to enable sql-server-side logs but they answered no.
This problem does not appear when using MySQL on localhost.
The only way I see to pinpoint this is to log on the web server every
query made by AtoM, but I do not see how to do that in the version of
Propel bundled with AtoM.
Gioele Barabucci <gioele.b...@uni-koeln.de