Author Topic: Where are the dr logs kept when running dr as a service?  (Read 190 times)

2019-04-16, 12:19:09

Jpjapers

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Ive looked in all the usual places but cant find a dr log anywhere.
Theres also no information on where to find them on the helpdesk.

2019-04-16, 13:26:31
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The usual place would be %userprofile%\Appdata\Local\CoronaRenderer\DrData\DrLog.txt. Since you run it as system service, the %userprofile% part is "%windir%\system32\config\systemprofile"

So all in all you should find all DrServer related files there:

"%windir%\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\CoronaRenderer\DrData\"

Edit: Just noticed:

https://coronarenderer.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/12000007896

See "Troubleshooting" -> "2."



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« Last Edit: 2019-04-16, 13:46:49 by Frood »
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2019-04-16, 14:50:54
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The usual place would be %userprofile%\Appdata\Local\CoronaRenderer\DrData\DrLog.txt. Since you run it as system service, the %userprofile% part is "%windir%\system32\config\systemprofile"

So all in all you should find all DrServer related files there:

"%windir%\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\CoronaRenderer\DrData\"

Edit: Just noticed:

https://coronarenderer.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/12000007896

See "Troubleshooting" -> "2."



Good Luck

See this is what i thought too, but i dont even have a CoronaRenderer folder in the specified location

2019-04-16, 15:19:23
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So maybe it's not the system user which runs the service but another? You could use basically every account to run a service. Have a look in task manager details in the row of DrServer.exe and column Username. Or look it up in ComputerManagement -> Services and Applications -> Services. Is it user "SYSTEM" or any other?


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2019-04-16, 15:23:54
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So maybe it's not the system user which runs the service but another? You could use basically every account to run a service. Have a look in task manager details in the row of DrServer.exe and column Username. Or look it up in ComputerManagement -> Services and Applications -> Services. Is it user "SYSTEM" or any other?


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Its the administrator account and the administrator is logged in :/ It says Administrator in the services window.

2019-04-16, 15:30:26
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Ok, then you should find everything in Users\Admnistrator(.computername)\AppData... and so on :)


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2019-04-16, 15:39:21
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Ok, then you should find everything in Users\Admnistrator(.computername)\AppData... and so on :)


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Im being an idiot.
Its inside the dr data folder alongside all the textures. I just didnt see it as it was mixed in with them *facepalm*

2019-04-16, 16:04:31
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alongside all the textures

There should not be any textures if your assets are linked correc.... okok, i'll stop ;] Good you've found all you need,


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2019-04-17, 01:18:55
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alongside all the textures

There should not be any textures if your assets are linked correc.... okok, i'll stop ;] Good you've found all you need,


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Well thats an interesting point. Why are there textures there.
Can open. Worms everywhere.