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Track moderator actions?


Active member
Is there some option to view a log of all actions done? Actions such as moving/deleting/locking threads etc.

If there is not a built in method, is there someway I can figure it out by viewing files on the server?


XenForo developer
Staff member
There's not a log for this currently. While you might be able to get some things from the web server log, it's far from simple and it won't catch a lot of situations.


Well-known member
Might be one place to look for information.

heh.. yoursite.com seems to be a real site.. I put code tags around it.


Active member
The reason I was wondering how to do this was I found a thread created as a sticky for a different forum in the wrong forum. I'm the only admin/moderator and I wouldn't have done it on purpose. It must have been an accident. I noticed in the server logs everything seems to be either a GET or a POST. The act of moving a thread would have to be a POST correct?

It would probably look like this, correct?
121.10.12512.454 - - [23/Feb/2011:17:22:00 -0500] "POST /inline-mod/thread/move HTTP/1.1" 303 518 "http://www."website_name".com/forums/other-systems.9/" "Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10_6_6; en-US) AppleWebKit/5344.13 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/9.0.497.102 Safari/534.53"


Active member
Update: I think I figured out how I accidentally moved the thread. Most likely I selected that sticky accidentally, and went to a different forum to move threads. I did not know that XenForo allowed you to select threads from different forums and do the same actions to them. Very neat feature :)