When running the ZTPServer in Standalone Mode, the logs just fill up my console so I’d like to be able to redirect the output to a file.
With INFO level logging:
admin@ztpserver:~# ztps >~/ztps-console.log 2>&1 &
With DEBUG level logging:
admin@ztpserver:~# ztps --debug >~/ztps-console.log 2>&1 &
Here we invoke the ztps process as usual, however we redirect the stdout messages to a predefined file. Of course, be sure that you have permission to write to the file you have listed.
I’m running the ZTPServer as a WSGI under Apache, so where do the logs go?
Typically, you can see each transaction in:
# Ubuntu admin@ztpserver:~# more /var/log/apache2/access.log # Fedora admin@ztpserver:~# more /var/log/httpd/access_log
And the ZTPServer logs will be in:
# Ubuntu admin@ztpserver:~# more /var/log/apache2/error.log # Fedora admin@ztpserver:~# more /var/log/httpd/error_log
These locations are the default on most standard Apache installs. It might be misleading, but all levels of ZTPServer logging will end up as an Apache error.
[Fri Dec 12 10:49:42.186976 2014] [:error] [pid 864] INFO: [app:115] Logging started for ztpserver [Fri Dec 12 10:49:42.187112 2014] [:error] [pid 864] INFO: [app:116] Using repository /usr/share/ztpserver