Log of member’s every login and logout? I need your help.

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naive
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Log of member’s every login and logout? I need your help.

Post by naive » Tue Apr 14, 2009 2:08 pm

I am using phpBB 3.0.4 without extra MODs.
As far as I know, phpBB does not log time and IP of member's every login and logout.
But one of my member insists that there is such log with phpBB and demands that I give him the log.
I know for sure there is no such log. To convince that member, could it be possible that any member of the administrative team clarifies this for me?
I really appreciate your kindness and help. Thank you in advance. :D

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Re: Log of member’s every login and logout? I need your help.

Post by stevemaury » Tue Apr 14, 2009 2:47 pm

phpbb does not log this. You can extract from the database each IP a user has used, the ip and time of their registration, and the time of their last visit. It also logs certain user actions, such as changing username and/or password.

Your web access log would should all access, but very difficult to correlate with users.

In any event, what is the basis for this "demand"? I would tell him that even if there were such logs, you would not make them available.
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Re: Log of member’s every login and logout? I need your help.

Post by naive » Tue Apr 14, 2009 3:09 pm

Dear stevemaury, thank you very much for clarifying this for me. :D :D

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