04-09-2012 03:54 PM
... keeps repeating
even exit the systray part of the program... it keeps on running, writing to
flickering the disk drive led
almost as if somone forgot to take out their debug code...
05-08-2012 08:06 AM
This is ridiculous! I happened apon this file while using spacemonger to see what's taking my disk space.
I saw this 3.496GB file named LSWDebugOut.txt, googled it, and now I'm here. I've been running this software without a camera for months now. If it grew 1.3GB in a few weeks, I can't believe my file is only 3.5GB. Perhaps the programmer goofed and it limits the file to 3.5 GB instead of 3.5 MB?
I would think logitech would have a setting to disable the debug output as debug is meant to be used while debugging, not for use in an end product unless it's been enabled manually. Sounds like their programmer didn't fully test the application. Has anyone contacted support to get this fixed in the next version?
01-26-2013 03:10 AM - edited 01-26-2013 04:04 AM
My LWSDebugOut.txt is 1.2 GB of the same lines repeated over and over again.
When I run it through gzip, the resulting compressed data takes up 6 MB. That is a 200:1 compression ratio!
02-18-2013 01:40 PM
Yes, same problem here.
Setting LWSDebugOut.txt to read only and definitely plugging in the camera for now
How long does it take to disable a file write in the driver?
04-25-2013 08:17 PM
Has this been resolved?
Its is still happening to me
Is there something I should update - or do I uninstall software?
I think I installed latest version couple of months ago...
05-13-2013 02:56 PM
Hi you guys, rather than waiting for Logitech to fix this issue (Which they would never fix it since it is a high piority bug), Here is a little script I wrote which will kill the LWS process, delete the existing LWSDebugOut.txt and create a new LWSDebugOut.txt file and make it READONLY. This solved my problem.
1) create a file go.bat
2) Enter these text in it then double click it
:: Go to Users Temp directory
:: Kill LWS.EXE process
taskkill /F /IM LWS.EXE
attrib -R LWSDebugOut.txt
:: Create a dummy LWSDebugOut.txt file
del /q LWSDebugOut.tx
echo garbage> LWSDebugOut.txt
:: Make it Read Only
attrib +R LWSDebugOut.txt
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