Logs link to inspect, reset, and filter
the various log files associated with the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager. For
information about these log files, see
Section C.1.3, “Log Files for the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager”.
If a log entry represents a serious issue and the message is not
self-explanatory, consult the applicable troubleshooting
documentation: Section 2.11, “Troubleshooting the MySQL Enterprise Monitor User Interface” or
Section 5.3.9, “Troubleshooting the Agent”.
The following image is an example of this screen.
The various categories of logs are shown in alphabetic order. The most recent changes to each log are shown in the Last Modified column. The number of entries in any specific log is shown under the Entries column.
To view detailed information, click the
Name. This opens a separate browser window showing the
date, time, alert type, and accompanying message.
On this screen, you can filter log information by the message type and by time period.
To filter by message type, select from the options in the level drop-down box. These are, in order of decreasing severity:
You can also adjust the number of items that appear on each page.
clear all logs link to remove all log
entries. To remove entries of a specific kind, click the
clear logs link associated with the specific
log. A confirmation dialog box lets you back out of this operation
and avoid accidentally removing log information.
To clear log files of a specific age, see the
Behavior section of the
Preferences page. For more information on this topic see
Data Purge Behavior.
edit log level link to change the type
of error logged. The value selected from the
Level dialog box determines what appears under the
Threshold column (second from the left in
Data Purge Behavior).
Error from the list box creates the
least number of log entries and
Debug the most.
None turns off logging altogether.
You can also download a compressed version of all the log files, as explained in Section 2.8.7, “Product Information”.