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FusionCloud 6.3.1.1 Troubleshooting Guide 02

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Information Collection

Information Collection

Collect required information before rectifying the fault. For details, see Information Collection.

Log Types and Paths

Log Type

Log Content

Saving Path

Console node logs

System logs

/var/log/messages

/var/log/secure (Most servers using rsyslog do not have this file. Instead, they combine this log with the /auth directory. In a few servers, syslog or syslog-ng names this file as secure.)

/var/log/auth.log (In a few servers, rsyslog or syslog names this file without the .log extension by default. In a few servers, rsyslog combines this type of logs with the message log.)

/var/log/wtmp (Some systems may not have this file.)

/var/log/lastlog (Some systems may not have this file.)

SCC logs

(DBS and Tomcat)

/var/log/scc/**/*.log

/var/log/scc/**/*.txt

Service node logs

System logs

/var/log/messages

/var/log/secure (Most servers using rsyslog do not have this file. Instead, they combine this log with the /auth directory. In a few servers, syslog or syslog-ng names this file as secure.)

/var/log/auth.log (In a few servers, rsyslog or syslog names this file without the .log extension by default. In a few servers, rsyslog combines this type of logs with the message log.)

/var/log/wtmp (Some systems may not have this file.)

/var/log/lastlog (Some systems may not have this file.)

SCC logs

(SCC and Tomcat)

/var/log/scc/dbs/*.log

/var/log/scc/tomcat/logs/*. log

Database node logs

System logs

/var/log/messages

/var/log/secure (Most servers using rsyslog do not have this file. Instead, they combine this log with the /auth directory. In a few servers, syslog or syslog-ng names this file as secure.)

/var/log/auth.log (In a few servers, rsyslog or syslog names this file without the .log extension by default. In a few servers, rsyslog combines this type of logs with the message log.)

/var/log/wtmp (Some systems may not have this file.)

/var/log/lastlog (Some systems may not have this file.)

GaussDB logs

/var/log/postgresql/*.log

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Updated: 2019-06-10

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