Analyze information about your system by viewing log files. Log files gather data about internal operations, system performance, or security so that you can make informed decisions when you manage your applications.
The log files match the current operator ID for all the sessions on the server node.
In the header of Dev Studio, click.
On the Logs tab, in the Log utilities section, click Log files.
In the Log File Download window, click a file name to view one of the logs.
The initial display shows log file entries for your operator ID, 25 lines at a time.
To adjust the display to your needs, change or remove the log filters:
- To change the number of lines, in the Lines Per Page field, enter a new value, and then click Apply.
- To change the number of pages that the window displays, in the Number of Pages Presented, enter a new value, and then click Apply.
- To filter the logs by a user, in the Filter by field, enter an operator ID, and then click Apply.
If you clear the Filter by field, the results include logs for all users in the system.
After you analyze the logs, return to the list of logs by clicking Back.
- Log files tool
In the Log files tool you can view or download the current log files on the server node you are accessing.
- Downloading log files
You can save your log files to view them later.
- Viewing log files in an external log viewer
You can view log files using an external log viewer, such as Kibana. An external log viewer can help you visualize logs and monitor potential issues.
- My Alerts display
You can view the current Alert log on the server node produced by your own requestor session by using the My Alerts display. Select Issues from the Dev Studio developer toolbar.