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Use this page to define debug settings for this server.
Debug attributes are arranged hierarchically in a tree structure. The
@debugScopeannotation defines the name of the node in the tree where that attribute appears. If an attribute is not annotated, it will appear under the default node in the tree. The table below Debug settings for this Server displays the top two nodes of this tree. You can click the plus sign (+) adjacent to a node name to display the debug scopes in that node. You can enable entire debug scopes for debugging, or individual attributes within a debug scope.
Name Description Diagnostic Context Debug Mode
Specifies how context based debugging is enabled for the Server. The default behavior in the Off mode is that debug output is emitted for all requests. The DiagnosticContextDebugMode works in conjunction with the DebugMaskCriterias specified in the And or Or modes. For context based debugging the WLDF Instrumentation needs to be enabled and DyeInjection monitor needs to be configured for the Server. When the context debug mode is set to And mode, debug is emitted only for the requests that have all the bits in the WLDF dye vector set for the flags specified in the DebugMaskCriterias attribute. When the context debug mode is set to Or mode, debug is emitted only for the requests that have any one of the bits in the WLDF dye vector set for the flags specified in the DebugMaskCriterias attribute.
Debug Mask Criterias
Dye mask criteria used to determine whether debug will be emitted for a request. Specifies the names of the Dye flags that will be inspected at runtime to determine whether debug needs to be emitted for a request.
Parameters for debug logging defined as name value pairs. The parameters are prefixed with the name of the debug flag. The parameter names supported for a debug flag is specific to the implementation of the debug output.
Enable Partition Debug Logging
Enables or disables whether Partition Administrators can enable debug logging for their respective Partitions.
- Define debug settings
- View and configure logs
- Change server log file name and location
- Specify messages for standard out
- Rotate log files