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View a historical domain message

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View a historical domain message

You can view historical domain messages in the log file to troubleshoot domain separation issues.

Before you begin

Role required: admin


  1. Enable verbose domain logging.
  2. Navigate to System Diagnostics > Session Debug > Enable All.
  3. Let the debug session run for a time period, such as a day, before checking the log files.
  4. Navigate to System Logs > Utilities > Node Log File Download.
  5. Open the record for the day you want to view. Log files use the naming format localhost_log.<yyyy-mm-dd>.txt.
  6. Click the Download log related link.
  7. Open the downloaded log file in a text editor and search for log messages with the following format:

    Query against table incident restricted by domain values [global, Software[8a4dde73c6112278017a6a4baf547aa7]]

    In this example, a user only saw records from the Incident table that matched the global and Software domains.