Sun Java System Identity Synchronization for Windows 6.0 Deployment Planning Guide

Debug Logging in the Console

The console logs some information to the central log, but most information is only logged if the console is started with the -D option to enable debug logging. The -D option accepts a single argument that controls the amount of logging to generate. The argument varies from 1 (least) to 9 (most). By default, the logging information is only written to stderr, but it can also be redirected to a file using the -f option, for example:

bash-2.05# ./startconsole -D 7 -f /tmp/console.log