|Administering the Community / Getting Information About Performance|
Jive logs messages containing application information, warnings, and errors in several different log files. You can view the log files in the Admin Console for troubleshooting purposes. (You can also log information about database queries, as described in Examining Database Queries.) The logs are built using Apache's log4J system. For more information about the log4J API, see http://logging.apache.org/log4j/1.2/manual.html. Typically, you would only use the Logging Management pages when working through an issue with a Jive support person.
|[name].log||The main log file where almost all logging is sent.|
|[name]-session.log||Contains some logging information regarding when users log in and the number of active user sessions.|
|Some profiling options in Jive log to these files. However, the settings must be enabled, so typically, these files are empty.|
|[name]-docverse.log||Contains logging related to the document conversion process.|
|Contains logging information related to communication with the apps market.|