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Post by jerryone » 16 Jan 2019 22:43

Hi, there is a way to find or to download a detailed log files? i need this because when i have activated the second PART B LSI AVAGO controller with another 4 HDD my XigmaNas Server freeze after almost 20-24h and i need to reset! and i need to know exactly if the problem is my controller or not. If there is such tool i will close this thread and i didn't find it o the web interface ! Many thanks for your help, keep up the good work.
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Post by JoseMR » 29 Jan 2019 22:23

jerryone wrote:
16 Jan 2019 22:43
Hi, there is a way to find or to download a detailed log files? i need this because when i have activated the second PART B LSI AVAGO controller with another 4 HDD my XigmaNas Server freeze after almost 20-24h and i need to reset! and i need to know exactly if the problem is my controller or not. If there is such tool i will close this thread and i didn't find it o the web interface ! Many thanks for your help, keep up the good work.

Hi sorry late, but Embedded platforms don't retrieve system logs, etc. by design, however you can set an alternate logs location by going to "System > Advanced > rc.conf" and add the below sample settings, then save and reboot the server:

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Variable: clog_logdir
Value: /mnt/path/to/logs
Description: Log files location
Were "/mnt/path/to/logs" is the defined directory you want to store the logs, note that for a default Embedded install, the UFS data partition may be used for this purpose.

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