On the Configure Logs page in Control Center, you can set the level of server log and the scripting log that you require. If either of the logs is generated multiple times a day, it becomes difficult to determine what causes problems.
The default log level of the server log and the scripting log is
. Changing the log level affects all new messages that the server enters in the logs and the number of active connections to the database. The logging verbosity decreases in descending order.
Caution: Only set the log level to
ALL to debug a problem. Do not use these settings in a production environment because it can seriously impair performance.
Generate vRealize Orchestrator Logs
You can export the logs of your deployment by logging in to the vRealize Orchestrator Appliance command line as root and running the vracli log-bundle command. The generated log bundle is stored in the root folder of the appliance.
Note: When you have more than one
vRealize Orchestrator instance in a cluster, the log-bundle includes the logs from all
vRealize Orchestrator instances in the cluster.