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use separate connection for logging

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Andrew Dolgov 1 year ago
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  1. 16
      classes/logger/sql.php

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classes/logger/sql.php

@ -3,12 +3,18 @@ class Logger_SQL implements Logger_Adapter {
private $pdo;
function log_error(int $errno, string $errstr, string $file, int $line, $context) {
function __construct() {
$conn = get_class($this);
ORM::configure(Db::get_dsn(), null, $conn);
ORM::configure('username', Config::get(Config::DB_USER), $conn);
ORM::configure('password', Config::get(Config::DB_PASS), $conn);
ORM::configure('return_result_sets', true, $conn);
}
// separate PDO connection object is used for logging
if (!$this->pdo) $this->pdo = Db::instance()->pdo_connect();
function log_error(int $errno, string $errstr, string $file, int $line, $context) {
if ($this->pdo && get_schema_version() > 117) {
if (Config::get_schema_version() > 117) {
// limit context length, DOMDocument dumps entire XML in here sometimes, which may be huge
$context = mb_substr($context, 0, 8192);
@ -36,7 +42,7 @@ class Logger_SQL implements Logger_Adapter {
// this would cause a PDOException on insert below
$owner_uid = !empty($_SESSION["uid"]) ? $_SESSION["uid"] : null;
$entry = ORM::for_table('ttrss_error_log')->create();
$entry = ORM::for_table('ttrss_error_log', get_class($this))->create();
$entry->set([
'errno' => $errno,

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