If you face an issue in running Skedler, the support team will request you to run Skedler in debug mode and upload the log files. The steps to generate debug log files depend upon your Skedler version
To generate debug log files for Skedler Reports v4.7.0 to 4.8.1, use the following method
Here is how you can enable Skedler Reports in debug mode and collect the log files. Go to Skedler Reports Configuration Page-> Advanced Settings then edit Other settings. By default, the value is set as false. You can modify the value as true and click the Save icon.
Note: To generate debug log files for Skedler Reports v4.6.2 and below, use the following method
Here is how you can run Skedler manually in debug mode and collect the log files.
If you're running Skedler manually, then use the following command,
sudo service skedler start debug
- To turn ON set the variable debugMode value to true
sudo curl -XPOST <skedlerURL>/loggerMode -d "debugMode=true"
- To turn OFF set the variable debugMode value to false
sudo curl -XPOST <skedlerURL>/loggerMode -d "debugMode=false"
Location of the log files in Skedler v4
Once you have turned the debug mode, reproduce the issue and collect the log files from the following location,
- Skedler reports log files from the following directory. Look for skedler.log, debuglog.txt and skedler-elasticsearch.log.
- For Linux/Windows in skedler_home/log/ directory.
- For Debain/RPM in /var/log/skedler-reports/ directory.
- For Docker in /var/lib/skedler/log/ directory.
- For AMI in /skedler/log/ directory.
- Skedler license log file skedler_home/log/license.log (For Windows: skedler_home/bin/lexlog.txt)