This site is scheduled for a small content update on Thursday, March 28th, between the hours of 8:00am and 12:00pm (noon) Pacific Time (Mar 28 15:00 – Feb 22 19:00 UTC). Access to this site may be slightly delayed during that time.

Thank you for your feedback.
Form temporarily unavailable. Please try again or contact to submit your comments.
  • Madrid
  • London
  • Kingston
  • Jakarta
  • Istanbul
  • Helsinki
  • Geneva
  • Store

Log utilities

Log in to subscribe to topics and get notified when content changes.

Log utilities

The instance provides the utilities log file browser and log file download.

Use System Logs > Log File Browser to view any system log entry. You can search for log files by using the following filters:

Table 1. Log file browser
Field Description
Start time Start date and time of the range you want to search, for the locale of the machine running the instance.
Session ID System-generated hexadecimal string that identifies the session that generated the log entry.
End time End date and time of the range you want to search, for the locale of the machine running the instance.
Message System-generated description of the occurrence.
Level Type of message displayed. The levels are Debug, Error, Warning, and Information. A warning is an error that has been handled and recovered. An error is something that must be fixed.
Thread name System-generated identifier of the thread that created the log file.
Max rows Maximum number of records returned for a particular filter.

The instance creates compressed archives of system logs every two days and purges log archives after 21 days. You can download log file archives and view them with System Logs > Log File Download. Select a log archive from the list, and then click Download log under Related Links to open or save the archive.

Note: Log files are only available for the node you are currently logged into. To see the currently logged into node, navigate to System Diagnostics > Stats.