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Magnolia Cloud integrates with Datadog for logging and monitoring services to help you troubleshoot your instances and ensure the quality of your website. A URL link to the Datadog Application Performance Monitoring (APM) service for your subscription package is provided in the Additional information section. Magnolia provides you with account details to access your logs there.

This page explains where you can change the level of logs displayed for your Magnolia cloud package. 

If you want to access Magnolia cloud instance logs and integrate them with other external tools, use the REST API logs endpoint

The log displayed is the catalina.out log.

Setting log levels

To change the log levels for your running instances:

  1. In the Package overview page, click Manage environments in the Environments section.
  2. Click Log levels.
  3. Select the instance for which you want to change log levels in the Log levels for dropdown.
  4. Select the required log level for each logger using the drop-downs on each line.
    The levels available are standard Log4J log levels:  ALL; TRACE; DEBUG; INFO; WARN; ERROR; FATAL; OFF.
    Any change you make in the log levels is applied immediately to the instance you selectedYou can see this by logging into the instance in question and looking in Tools > Log Tools app > Log Levels tab. 

If the Log Tools app is open when you change the log levels in the Cockpit, you must close the app and open it again to see your changes reflected.

When the instance is restarted, the logs are set back to their default levels.

Adding loggers

To add a logger for your running instances:

  1. In the Package overview page, click Manage environments in the Environments section.
  2. Click Log levels.
  3. Select the instance for which you want to add a logger in the Log levels for dropdown.
  4. Type in the name of the logger you want to add in the field at the bottom of the list.
  5. Select the required log level for the new logger.
    The levels available are standard Log4J log levels: ALL; TRACE; DEBUG; INFO; WARN; ERROR; FATAL; OFF.
    Any change you make in the loggers is applied immediately to the instance you selected. You can see this by logging into the instance in question and looking in Tools > Log Tools app > Log Levels tab. 


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