Getting Started: Logging

Getting Started: Logging

Logs are files that record communication between WebDrive (the client) and the server.

You can enable logging in WebDrive in the main application settings.
      Logging Level: Decides the level of detail to include in the logs
            Errors:
Emphasis on errors that may arise during connections
            Info:
Basic information only in the logs
                  Recommended for basic use if interested in seeing what's happening. Easier to read and follow
            Verbose: More detailed logging
                  Recommended for internal troubleshooting or analysis to see protocol, client, and server information for connections
            Debug: Very detailed logging. Log files also become larger more quickly
                  Recommended for use when submitting a support ticket or otherwise troubleshooting a particular issue


View Logs: Click to quickly take you to the Log Folder to view existing logs
      Alternatively, navigate to the Log Folder location manually to view

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