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 +==== Important Files ====
 +<TABAREA tabs="​Greenstone3,​Greenstone2">​
 +<TAB>
 +//GSDL3HOME is the main greenstone3 directory. GSDL3WEBHOME is, by default, the GSDL3HOME/​web directory, but this may be moved to somewhere else.//
 +
 +==== Log files ==== 
 +**greenstone.log** : 
 +  * lives in GSDL3WEBHOME/​logs
 +**server.log** : 
 +
 +**usage.log** :
 +</​TAB>​
 +<!-- ####################################################################​
 +#########################################################################​
 +#########################################################################​-->​
 +<TAB>
 +
 +//GSDLHOME is the main gsdl or greenstone directory.//​
 +
 +==== Mapping files ==== 
 +**dc2marc-mapping.xml** : Maps Dublin Core to MARC field numbers
 +  * lives in GSDLHOME/​etc
 +**qdc2marc-mapping.xml** : Maps Qualified Dublin Core to MARC field numbers
 +  * lives in GSDLHOME/​etc
 +**marctodc.txt** : used by MARCPlug for mapping MARC field numbers to Greenstone-style metadata.
 +  * lives in GSDLHOME/​etc
 +
 +==== Database files ==== 
 +**history.db** : stores search history information if this has been enabled (on preferences page)
 +  * lives in GSDLHOME/​etc
 +**users.db** : stores any user account settings generated by the administration facility. These accounts are used by the GLI client and GLI applet.
 +  * lives in GSDLHOME/​etc
 +**key.db** : stores random keys for users. Used in authentication and collector/​depositor??​ Not sure about this.
 +  * lives in GSDLHOME/​etc
 +==== Log files ==== 
 +**usage.txt** : log of all commands sent to the library - only generated if logging is enabled in main.cfg (set logcgiargs to true)
 +  * lives in GSDLHOME/​etc
 +**error.txt** : log of errors that occurred in the run time library
 +  * lives in GSDLHOME/​etc
 +</​TAB>​
 +</​TABAREA>​
 +