Provides an interface for log messages, CMON jobs, and error reporting for troubleshooting and auditing purposes. The tab is embedded with a counter (highlighted in red) indicating there are new jobs executed by ClusterControl under ClusterControl → Logs → Jobs that might require your attention.
Any action performed by the user will trigger the creation of a new job, which is added to a job queue. ClusterControl then schedules each job in the order they are added to the queue. When a job is executed, detailed workflow messages related to the execution of the job are logged. This is useful for troubleshooting, especially if a job starts execution but fails to complete.
You can see which user performed an action in the Job log, what that action actually entailed, and from which IP the action originated.
|FINISHED||The job was successfully executed.|
|RUNNING||The job is currently running.|
|DEFINED||The job has been defined and queued.|
|FAILED||The job was stopped due to an error.|
A centralized list of log events from the ClusterControl server. You can filter the output by hostname and log level (ALL, DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, ERROR, CRITICAL, ALERT). Log events listed on this page can also be retrieved directly from the CMON log file of the respective cluster-ID, e.g (default is
Generates a compressed file (tarball) containing information about the cluster (CMON logs, database error logs, and the contents of some important CMON database tables). This is very useful for troubleshooting purposes, especially when working with the Severalnines Support team on a support issue. Attach the generated compressed file to your support request.
|Create Error Report||
|Delete Error Report||
Tree view of corresponding database logs across the cluster. Clicking on a log file will appear in a new tab in the viewing panel on the right-hand side. Browsing through the appropriate error logs is a vital step when troubleshooting.
Click on Refresh Logs will trigger a job for ClusterControl to perform log collection. By default, the logs are fetched every
db_stats_collection which is 30 minutes. You can verify this from the ‘Last Updated’ value at the bottom of the section.