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Status Under review
Workspace UrbanCode
Categories Deploy
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 21, 2021

Allow agent logs to be accessible from UCD server UI according to name pattern defined in agents log4j

Currently the "request agent logs" feature from UCD server UI only supports the agent log files in format agent.out.<INDEX>. We are working with teams which updated the agent log4j to alter the log file name to a daily naming syntax, e.g. agent.out.2021-09-21. We would like to be able to retrieve all agent log files from the agent through UI following the pattern agent.out.* or according to the pattern defined in the agents log4j.properties.

Why is it useful?
  • Accessing agent log files from the server UI without having to access the host machine.

  • Easier and faster troubleshooting of agent problems

Idea Priority Medium