|Subject:||Logging options in Xeams|
|Creation date:||12/14/15 4:35 PM|
|Last modified on:||12/14/15 4:35 PM|
Different logging options in Xeams
Several logs files are created in Xeams that help users troubleshoot different problems. The easiest way to access these logs files is through the Admin Console
by clicking View Logs under the Tool
menu. Alternatively, you can also view these log files manually by looking at the contents of the $XEAMS_PATH/logs
There are approximately 16 different log files available. If you do not see all of them on the screen, click the Modify Logging Configuration
link on the top and enable the logs you wish to create.
Searching for errors in a log file
The most important log file is Xeams.log
, which typically appears at the bottom (file names are alphabetically sorted). The server will log every error, warning and information messages to this file. This should be the first location to look for the cause of any unexpected behavior in the server. To search for error, type the word ERROR
in the Filter string
field and click show content. Refer to the image below.
Reading the log files
Every log file in Xeams uses the following convention to write log lines in the file
Timestamp LogType Location Message
- Represents the time this log was generatedLogType
- This represents the severity level of the log. An can be any one of the following:
- ERROR - This type of log appears when an unexpected error occurs in the system
- WARN - This represents less severe or temporary errors. For example, if the DNS server takes a long time to resolve a domain name, you will see a WARNing message.
- INFO - These represents informational message. For example, several informational messages are generated when the server starts up.
- DEBUG - These messages do no appear in production server. However, if needed they can be turned on
- This is the location within Xeams code that generated the error and is helpful for our support department in finding the root cause of a problemMessage
- This is the actual message containing a description of the event.
Sending log files to our support department
To send your log files to our support department, click Submit logs to support
from the tools menu. This option sends an email to our support department with the log files on your machine.
Log correlation ID
When an email arrives in Xeams, a number gets assigned to it automatically. This number is referred as the log correlation id and is very helpful in searching for emails. Click here
learn more about the log correlation id.
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