system/user/cache/DataGrab-import.logfile. Each time an import starts, it will purge old logged items from the file to avoid compounding the file size. You can change the logging type by adding the following option to your
$config['datagrab_log_type'] = 'file|developer|php|off';
'file'is the default value. You do not need to add this to your config file unless you want to use one of the other options.
'developer'it will log to ExpressionEngine's Developer Log that is accessible in the control panel. Go to Tools > Logs >Developer Log and review the log for any error messages. It may be helpful to fully clear the entire log, then run an import again to ensure you have up-to-date log messages.
'php'it will write to your server's PHP log file. Depending on your system and how you have PHP configured, this file path may not be in a standard location such as
/var/log/.If you do not want to log to your database (e.g. ExpressionEngine's Developer Log) or the
user/cachedirectory, then you should use the php log option. If you choose '
php'as your logging option you can also change the path if you use the following config option:
$config['datagrab_log_file'] = '/var/www/log/DataGrab-import.log';
DataGrab-import.logfile in your
user/cachedirectory as mentioned above. You can turn off all logging by setting the log type to