cfy logs command is used to manage log files on Cloudify Manager.
You can use the command to download, backup and purge Cloudify Manager service logs.
To use the command you must have the credentials (user and key) set in the local context and must run
cfy use -t MANAGEMENT_IP prior to running the command.
These commands support the common CLI flags.
cfy logs backup [OPTIONS]
Create a backup of all logs under a single archive and save it on Cloudify Manager under /var/log.
$ cfy logs backup ... Creating logs archive in manager: /tmp/cloudify-manager-logs_20170330T122201_10.239.0.208.tar.gz Backing up manager logs to /var/log/cloudify-manager-logs_20170330T122201_10.239.0.208.tar.gz ...
cfy logs download [OPTIONS]
Download an archive containing all of the Cloudify Manager service logs.
-o, --output-path TEXT- The local path to which to save the download.
--all-nodes- Download logs from all nodes in a cluster. CLI cluster profile must be updated with SSH users and keys. Use Cluster Update Profile and Profile Set Cluster to update the profile.
$ cfy logs download ... Creating logs archive in manager: /tmp/cloudify-manager-logs_20160623T070559_10.10.1.10.tar.gz Downloading archive to: /home/nir0s/work/local-bootstrap-env Removing archive from manager... ...
cfy logs purge [OPTIONS]
Purge all log files on Cloudify Manager.
Truncate all logs files under /var/log/cloudify.
This enables you to take extreme measures to clean up data from Cloudify Manager. For example, you might choose to run this command when the disk is full due to a bug that has caused the logs to bloat.
-f, --force flag is mandatory as a safety measure.
--backup-first- Creates a backup before purging.
USE WITH CARE!
Log files in Cloudify Manager are rotated.
cfy purge is a safety measure in case disk space on Cloudify Manager runs out, and should only be used in extreme situations.
$ cfy logs purge -f ... Purging manager logs... ...