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All projects can record '''Server Admin Log''' messages by sending a message in the format <tt>!log <project> <message></tt> on the {{irc|wikimedia-cloud}} irc channel.
All projects can record '''Server Admin Log''' messages by sending a message in the format <tt>!log <project> <message></tt> on the {{irc|wikimedia-cloud}} irc channel.
Messages will be added to a Wikitech page like <tt>Nova Resource:<project>/SAL</tt> and are also available on the [[toolforge:sal/projects|SAL tool]].
Toolforge tools can do the same thing by using <tt>tools.<toolname></tt> as the project;
alternatively, the <code>dologmsg</code> command in a Toolforge bastion shell can be used to send such messages (the project name is automatically included).


== See also ==
== See also ==
* [[:Category:SAL]]
* [[:Category:SAL]]
* [https://tools.wmflabs.org/sal/projects Project list on the SAL tool]
* [https://sal.toolforge.org/projects Project list on the SAL tool]
* [{{fullurl:Special:RecentChanges|namespace=498}} recent changes in Nova Resource namespace] ([{{fullurl:Special:RecentChanges|namespace=498&feed=atom}} atom])
* [{{fullurl:Special:RecentChanges|namespace=498}} recent changes in Nova Resource namespace] ([{{fullurl:Special:RecentChanges|namespace=498&feed=atom}} atom])
[[Category:SAL]]

Latest revision as of 21:41, 22 July 2020

All projects can record Server Admin Log messages by sending a message in the format !log <project> <message> on the #wikimedia-cloud connect irc channel. Messages will be added to a Wikitech page like Nova Resource:<project>/SAL and are also available on the SAL tool.

Toolforge tools can do the same thing by using tools.<toolname> as the project; alternatively, the dologmsg command in a Toolforge bastion shell can be used to send such messages (the project name is automatically included).

See also