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api: Stop list_logs skipping first row #7772

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richardlawley commented Nov 20, 2017

The list_logs API functions include start and limit parameters, but start defaults to 1 instead of 0, resulting in the first row of the resultset being skipped if start is not specified in the URL params.

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