Note: Depending on your setup, you may have to run the commands as root/via sudo.

xltrail status

xltrail status provides an overview of all xltrail Docker containers:

  • 3 containers (xltrail_provision_1, xltrail_dbmigration_1 and xltrail_frontend_1) should show Exited (0) x minutes ago which is expected. Only if the exit code is not 0, there is an issue.
  • Exited containers sometimes get cleaned up and hence don't show up anymore. That's OK - they will show up again after an xltrail restart.
  • The rest of the containers should show something like Up x minutes.

xltrail logs

xltrail logs provides a live tail of the logs across all important containers. This is an easy way to debug e.g. the LDAP settings - just run xltrail logs while you login. You can exit out again via Ctrl-C.

Specific logs

If you want to look at the logs of a specific container, you can use its name from the xltrail status output. For example, if the database migration fails and you'd like to get access to these logs only, run: docker logs xltrail_dbmigration_1. You can turn this into a live log via docker logs -f xltrail_dbmigration_1.

Support package

Via xltrail support you can create a support package with all the log files that can be sent to us for further investigation.

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