This page describes all the available methods for collecting logs and diagnostic archives for INFINIDAT products.
There are two options to collect logs in Host PowerTools: from the command-line and from the web interface.
Collecting logs from the command-line
To collect from the command-line, run
infinihost logs collect; this command will generate a tgz archive with all the logs and output of the troubleshooting commands. There are several command-line options to pass to the utility:
Collecting logs from the GUI
There is another option to download the diagnostic archive from the web interface.
- Invoke the GUI by:
infinihost-gui. The result is the URL of the GUI.
- Paste the URL to a browser.
- Click Collect Logs from the top-right corner.
- Wait for the upload to complete before closing the browser.
Host PowerTools for VMware
In the Host PowerTools for VMware, there are two options to get the logs.
View log file
The first option, View Log File, open the following page in which you can see scroll and search in the most recent log file, download it, or collect all the log files:
The second option is identical to the other variants of Host PowerTools that is described above.
OpenStack volume driver
The infinihost command-line utility, provided by the Host PowerTools package, collects the logs for our OpenStack volume driver.
InfiniSnap engine for Commvault Simpana
When possible, our volume engine sends logs messages to the Simpana logging mechanism. More debug logs can be found at %SystemRoot%/Temp/infinidat_commvault* for Windows-based agents, and at /var/log/infinidat_commvault* or /tmp/infinidat_commvault* for UNIX-based agents, depending on write permissions.
INFINIDAT Storage Replication Adapter for VMware SRM
Our SRA package provides a command-line tool named infinisra-tools for collecting logs:
VSS Hardware Provider
The infinihost command-line utility, provided by the Host PowerTools package, collects the logs for out VSS provider; which are at %SystemRoot%/Temp/*infi_vss*.