If XCloner Logger option is enabled, it will store a log file inside the xcloner-XXXXX folder inside the backup archive. The file is named xcloner-xxxxx.log. This can generate a huge amount of temporary files and log files on your file system. This short article provides you one SQL statement to disable XCloner log directly in your WordPress MySQL database, using phpMyAdmin.

To disable the XCloner Logger option directly in your wp_options database table, execute the following SQL statement in phpMyAdmin:

UPDATE wp_options
	option_value = '0'
	wp_options.option_name = 'xcloner_enable_log';

See my ITFAQ.nl post “WordPress “XCloner – Backup and Restore” log uitschakelen in de MySQL-database” for this information in Dutch.

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