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  Safety and Health Topics: Logging
The tools and equipment such as chain saws and logging machines pose hazards wherever they are used.
The combination of these hazards present a significant risk to employees working in logging operations throughout the country, regardless of the type of timber being logged, where it is logged, or the end use of the wood.
Logging procedures are examined, OSHA regulations explained, and links are provided to the specific sections of the standard.
www.osha.gov /SLTC/logging/index.html   (297 words)

 PF: Logging
This display the log, in real-time, of inbound packets that were blocked on the wi0 interface.
Syslogd logs in ASCII and is also able to log to a remote logging server.
The logging is not immediate but it can take up to about 5-6 minutes (the cron job interval) before the logged packets appear in the file.
www.openbsd.org /faq/pf/logging.html   (975 words)

  Forest, conservation, and logging workers
Logging workers must familiarize themselves with the character and dangers of the forest environment and the operation of logging machinery and equipment.
Employment of log graders and scalers is concentrated largely in sawmills and planing mills.
Logging equipment operators have skills similar to material-moving operators, such as industrial truck and tractor operators, and crane and tower operators.
www.bls.gov /oco/ocos178.htm   (2851 words)

 Logging - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Logging is a controversial aspect of forest management, due to its aesthetic and environmental impacts.
The logs are transported to the mill, commonly by truck but in the past this has included train, driving logs downstream, or pulled as a floating log raft.
Logging roads are often the major source of sediment from logging operations, which can continues long after operations are completed in the area.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Logging   (1215 words)

 Data logging - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
To log is a verbed derivative of the noun logbook; the verb form means to record in a logbook, and may have been coined in the 1820s.
In computerized data logging, a computer program may automatically record events in a certain scope in order to provide an audit trail that can be used to diagnose problems.
In many cases, the logs are esoteric and hard to understand; they need to be subjected to log analysis in order to make sense of them.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Data_logging   (344 words)

 edsanders.com - Lumber, Logging and Paper
In the early days of this industry, especially in the Maine and Minnesota pineries, where the modes of operation were identical, the logging party usually built their camp about the beginning of the fall season and then cut the main logging roads, which had to be straight, twelve or more feet wide and level.
Logs about eight feet long were laid and burned in a hole between the two rows of stones.
Logs were skidded to a point on a side hill where they were rolled with cant hooks and peavies onto the load.
www.edsanders.com /logging/history.htm   (1240 words)

 DNS BIND logging Clause
BIND uses syslogd before a valid logging clause is available so named.conf parse errors and other information will appear in /var/log/messages (depending on syslog.conf) prior to, or in the absence of, a valid logging clause.
Logs all values which are not explicitly defined in category statements i.e.
Logs queries that have returned NXDOMAIN as the result of a delegation-only zone or a delegation-only statement in a hint or stub zone declaration.
www.zytrax.com /books/dns/ch7/logging.html   (1058 words)

 NSPR Reference: Chapter 26 Logging
NSPR's logging facility is conditionally compiled in and enabled for applications using it.
Logging is compiled into the NSPR debug builds; logging is not compiled into the NSPR optimized builds.
The size of the buffer to be used for logging.
www.mozilla.org /projects/nspr/reference/html/prlog.html   (843 words)

 Effective logging practices ease enterprise development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A large log file is difficult to use because you need to filter out a lot of noise to find the useful signal.
Log rotation periodically archives old log messages so that new messages are always written to a relatively small file.
Log messages cease to be useful relatively quickly; you'll very rarely need to refer to a log message that's more than a week old.
www.ibm.com /developerworks/java/library/j-logging   (3512 words)

 Kurt Seifried - LASG / Logging
Generally speaking most log files are owned by the root user and group, and have no permissions assigned for other, so in most cases the only user able to modify the logs will be the root user (and if someone cracks the root account all bets are off).
In the second case all emergency messages would be logged to the host “syslog-host”, and all the mail log files would be sent to the “mail-log-host” server, allowing you to easily maintain centralized log files of various services.
Log files are not much good unless you actually check them once in a while, this is an almost impossible task for most of us however due to the sheer volume of log files.
www.seifried.org /lasg/logging   (1857 words)

 Help:Logging in - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Logging in is not required for viewing pages, and not even for editing them.
Logging in and setting preferences are done separately on each wiki (for plans of changing this see m:Single login).
If you appear to be able to log in, but as soon as you try to look at a page after the 'Log in successful' page you appear logged out again, it is very likely to be a cookie problem.
www.knowledgehunter.info /wiki/Help:Logging_in   (1591 words)

 Logging Occupations
Logging Tractor Operators drive crawler or wheeled tractors called skidders or forwarders, which drag or transport logs from the felling site in the woods to the log landing area for loading.
Log Truck Drivers must be able to control the truck when driving on narrow, poorly maintained logging and mountain roads.
Log Graders and Scalers inspect logs for defects, measure their volume, and estimate the marketable content or value of logs or pulpwood.
www.calmis.cahwnet.gov /file/occguide/LOGGING.HTM   (1219 words)

 14.5 logging -- Logging facility for Python
When a logging method is called on a logger, the logger compares its own level with the level associated with the method call.
This is the basic mechanism controlling the verbosity of logging output.
Logging messages are subjected to a dispatch mechanism through the use of
www.python.org /doc/current/lib/module-logging.html   (1448 words)

 ONLamp.com -- Python Standard Logging
The classic example of a logging mechanism is writing data to a text file, which is a plain old log file.
While the log file is likely the most common form of logging, the logging module provides the ability to send information to file-like objects, TCP and UDP sockets, email servers, the Unix syslog, the NT event log, memory buffers, and HTTP servers in addition to "real" files.
Handler objects are responsible for dispatching the appropriate log messages (based on the log messages' severity) to the handler's specified destination.
www.onlamp.com /pub/a/python/2005/06/02/logging.html   (1996 words)

 Logging - Ajax Patterns
Fortunately, he had previously added some logging commands to see how the query is processed, so he makes the console visible and sets log level to verbose.
Logging has an impact on performance, not just in DOM manipulation, but in producing the messages themselves.
This allows permanent storage of the logs, and can also be combined with server-side logs to paint a detailed picture of each interaction.
ajaxpatterns.org /Logging   (932 words)

 Logging Alert--DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 95-101
Recent NIOSH investigations indicate that many workers and employers in the logging industry are unaware of the risks associated with logging and are not following the procedures in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards for preventing injuries and fatalities among loggers.
Most of these logging deaths occurred in four occupational groups: logging occupations (for example, fellers, limbers, buckers, and choker setters), truck drivers, general laborers, and material machine operators.
When the skidder ran over the logs, the victim apparently lost his balance, fell or jumped from the skidder cab, and was run over by the left rear tire.
www.cdc.gov /niosh/logging.html   (2293 words)

 A List Apart: Articles: JavaScript Logging
Whereas logging packages in the languages listed above provide a complex class/package structure built on top of inheritance and other object-oriented concepts, fvlogger borrows concepts from Log4J and its cousins, but eschews their complexity by providing a simple API and offloading the heavy lifting onto the DOM.
These classes allow you to style your log messages any way you like using CSS; the project includes a default stylesheet and supporting images to get you started but you are, of course, free to change its appearance to your heart’s content.
In Opera, Mozilla, and WebKit-based browsers, there are only two logging statements produced by this snippet of code: one debug statement that shows the class of the element that we created, and the other indicating the number of attributes belonging to the element.
www.alistapart.com /articles/jslogging   (2111 words)

 Satellite images unlocks extent of logging - web - Technology - theage.com.au
These details include the outline of logging zones, as well as pop-up text boxes that provide further information and images on individual logging areas.
He said logging in NSW was "not as forwardly planned as it is here in Tasmania", so there wasn't sufficient data available for a NSW overlay.
But the VRN has managed to acquire sufficient information for a Victorian overlay, and provides similar information to the Tasmanian version, including past and future logging plans, and how close these are to national parks and water catchments.
www.theage.com.au /news/web/satellite-images-unlocks-extent-of-logging/2006/12/13/1165685727367.html   (636 words)

 NIOSH Topic: Traumatic Occupational Injuries: Logging Safety | CDC/NIOSH   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Logging Industry, as a major component of the LWPI, evidences a greater frequency rate and severity rate for injuries than any other industrial component of the LWPI.
Logging fatalities in the United States by region, cause of death, and other factors - 1980-1988.
This report presents the findings and recommendations for the purpose of identifying those operations within the logging industry which were most hazardous as evidenced by the number and severity of employee injuries.
www.cdc.gov /niosh/injury/traumalog.html   (823 words)

 Logging - Final Fantasy XI - somepage.com
Logging in FFXI is a way to obtain logs, roots, and other items that are primarily used by the Woodworking guild.
Logging is accomplished by going to one of the zones listed below, and finding one of the Logging Points that occur throughout the zone.
A logger can dig at a logging point multiple times without obtaining any items; the more times a specific point is dug at before it disappears, the greater the chance that the hatchet used will break.
ffxi.somepage.com /otherdb/logging.php   (353 words)

Logging files may be searched and sorted by any allowed filtering configuration, with the output sent either to the console or to another file.
Lowering the threshold for messages logged to the server means that more of the Ethernet bandwidth between non-control server platforms and the server will be used for transporting logging messages, and there will be less bandwidth for other Avici router requirements.
Log files have the characteristics of being fixed in size, dedicated to a specific platform, and reside on a hard disk partition.
www.avici.com /documentation/HTMLDocs/02119-06_revBA/Logging.html   (3041 words)

 14.5 logging -- Logging facility for Python
Logged messages also have levels of importance associated with them.
When a logging method is called on a logger, the logger compares its own level with the level associated with the method call.
Logging messages are subjected to a dispatch mechanism through the use of
python.org /doc/current/lib/module-logging.html   (1448 words)

Large-scale logging was soon underway and the once immense stands of redwoods began to disappear by the close of the 19
But still logging continued in those parts of the forests that were privately owned, accelerated by WW II and the economic boom of the 1950s.
Logging continues on privately-held lands nearby and throughout the redwood region.
www.nps.gov /redw/area_log.htm   (408 words)

 Logging Encyclopedia Article @ HillCountryArtists.com (Hill Country Artists)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Logging Encyclopedia Article @ HillCountryArtists.com (Hill Country Artists)
Rossford teens finish fund-raising trek, logging 650 miles to...
NEW YORK - After walking 650 miles in 44 days, four Rossford High School students were finally able to stand at Ground...
www.hillcountryartists.com /encyclopedia/Logging   (1180 words)

 Logging Application Block   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
For example, developers often write code to log information in response to unexpected conditions, such as an application exception, or failure to connect to a database.
The Logging Application Block simplifies application development by providing a small set of easy-to-use classes and methods that encapsulate many of the most common logging scenarios.
Log entry information must often be formatted before it is written to the destination.
msdn2.microsoft.com /en-us/library/aa480464.aspx   (2144 words)

 A Logging System for Python
There was a need for a standard logging system in Python, as comprehensively documented in PEP 282 and enthusiastically endorsed by the BDFL in the Parade of the PEPs.
The advantage of the hierarchical structure is that logging verbosity may be controlled either at the high level or the low level.
Filters are used to refine logging output at either logger or handler level with a finer control than is available by just using logging levels.
www.red-dove.com /python_logging.html   (6399 words)

 Instant logging: Harness the power of log4j with Jabber
Logging statements inserted in a set of well-defined points of the code function as an auditing tool that provides useful information about the internal state of applications.
He may log in to the server using his PC at work, or when he is away from his desk, he may use a Jabber client running on a handheld device to check messages.
It's easy to log on or log off a chat room that an application is forwarding some of its log data to.
www-106.ibm.com /developerworks/java/library/j-instlog   (3505 words)

 14.5 logging -- Logging facility for Python
For example, they could be incorporated into logged messages.
If you choose to use these attributes in logged messages, you need to exercise some care.
If these are missing, the message will not be logged because a string formatting exception will occur.
docs.python.org /dev/lib/module-logging.html   (1448 words)

 Commons Logging - Overview
However there are many logging implementations out there, and a library cannot impose the use of a particular one on the overall application that the library is a part of.
Note that commons-logging does not attempt to initialise or terminate the underlying logging implementation that is used at runtime; that is the responsibility of the application.
However many popular logging implementations do automatically initialise themselves; in this case an application may be able to avoid containing any code that is specific to the logging implementation used.
jakarta.apache.org /commons/logging   (510 words)

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