TinyMCE error_log – Exclude TinyMCE error_log from being checked by AutoRestore

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  • #20984

    Chris Moon
    Participant

    I’m repeatedly seeing this quarantine alert on a couple of my sites: /home/****/public_html/wp-includes/js/tinymce/error_log
    but when I try to create an exclude I get an error “is not a valid file path.”
    What do i need to do?

    regards,
    Chris

    #20987

    AITpro Admin
    Keymaster

    http://forum.ait-pro.com/video-tutorials/#autorestore-quarantine

    These single file exclude steps MUST be performed in this exact order:
    1. Turn Off AutoRestore.
    2. Restore the TinyMCE error_log file from Quarantine.
    3. Create a Single File exclude rule for the TinyMCE error_log file.
    4. Turn AutoRestore back On.

    #20988

    Chris Moon
    Participant

    Thanks I appreciate the prompt reply, I assume I need to backup the appropriate files before turning ARQ on again?
    regards,
    Chris

    #20990

    AITpro Admin
    Keymaster

    Nope.  When you restore a file from Quarantine it is restored to the original place it was quarantined from and another copy of the file is copied to AutoRestore Backup files. Normally all you would have to do is restore a file from Quarantine and that would be the end of it, but since the filename:  error_log is technically NOT a valid filename since it does not have a file extension then you need to do the additional steps above.

    #20994

    Chris Moon
    Participant

    Thanks a lot for the info.

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