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Please check docs.livewhale.com for the most up-to-date LiveWhale CMS and LiveWhale Calendar documentation. The below legacy documentation will remain available as a reference until the documentation migration is complete.

LiveWhale System Status

Last Updated: Jun 26, 2014 08:21AM PDT
When logged into LiveWhale (as an admin) you can view the system status for LiveWhale as a whole and as it relates to a specific page. On any page of your site, simply append:
  • ?lw_debug=1
Or for a more generic view:
  • /livewhale/?lw_debug=1
Here’s a breakdown of the various views available:
  • Overview— This view covers the big picture with time, RAM and the status of major elements of LiveWhale and gives you a few tools, like the ability to clear widget caches either for the page being viewed or the entire site. (Use cache clearing with caution if database issues are afoot.)
  • Errors— This view shows the most recent errors for the entire site. Note that querying the recent errors can result in an impact on server CPU, so use it wisely.
  • Notices— This view shows the most recent LiveWhale notices (items that might be important, but don’t rise to the level of an error).
  • Debug— When using $_LW->logDebug(STRING); during your own development, this view shows you the results of what was logged by your debug call.
  • Database— This view presents key details about your MySQL database status for the entire site and the page in question.
  • Exit— The removes the ?lw_debug=# to return to a normal view of the page or LiveWhale backend.
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