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Log locations on Backup Proxy and Linux CloudCache

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The following log files are available on Backup proxy and Phoenix CloudCache:

Log Description
/var/log/Phoenix/main_service.log Phoenix service logs on Backup proxy
/var/log/Phoenix/VMWARE/instantrestore/[bkpset_id]/Phoenix-[IRJobID].log.

For example, /var/log/Phoenix/VMWARE/instantrestore/8/Phoenix-24.log

Note: Log file is zipped inside the bkpset_id directory after the job is completed.

Instant restore job log on Backup proxy
/var/log/Phoenix/VMWARE/migrate/[bkpset_id]/Phoenix-[MigrateJobID].log Migrate to production job log on Backup proxy
/var/log/PhoenixCloudCache/PhoenixCloudCache.log CloudCache service log on cloudcache
/var/log/PhoenixCloudCache/PhoenixIRservice.log PhoenixIRService log on cloudcache
/var/log/PhoenixCloud    Cache/irfs/irfs-[IRJobID].log
For example, /var/log/PhoenixCloudCache/irfs/irfs-24.log
PhoenixIRFS log on cloudcache
/var/log/kern.log NFS logs. By default, the NFS logs are disabled. To enable or disable the NFS logs, see Enabling and disabling NFS logs

Enabling and disabling NFS logs

To enable NFS logs

  1. Run the following command:

# rpcdebug -m nfsd all

Output> nfsd   sock fh export svc proc fileop auth repcache xdr lockd

  1. Restart the NFS server by using the following command:
    service nfs-server restart

  2. Check the log at the following  location:
    tail -f /var/log/kern.log

 

To disable NFS logs

  1. Run the following command:
    #> rpcdebug -m  nfsd -c  all

output> nfsd  <no flags set>

  1. Restart the NFS server by using the following command:

service nfs-server restart

 

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