Using scdump to gather logs in a compressed format

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You can use the Snap Creatorscdump action to gather logs into a compressed file archive. You can then send the archive to technical support or a Snap Creator expert for review.

You should have created a backup and restore configuration file.

An scdump includes the following files:

File Description

scdump.txt

Contains theSnap Creator Agent version and host operating system, the Data ONTAP release, and the Domino version.

engine.log

Contains information on Snap Creator workflow engine operations.

gui.log

Contains information on Snap Creator GUI operations and messages. Multiple logs may be included.

sc_server.log

Contains detailed information on Snap Creator Server operations. Multiple logs may be included.

out logs

Contain verbose-level information for jobs. Output logs for all configurations in the selected profile are included.

debug logs

Contain verbose-level information plus information useful in debugging. Debug logs for all configurations in the selected profile are included.

error logs

Contain error information for logs. Error logs for all configurations in the selected profile are included.

configuration files

All configuration files in the selected profile are included, including global configuration files.

Although a configuration file is the input for scdump, the utility gathers information for all configurations in the parent profile.
  1. In the Profiles and Configurations pane, select a configuration file and click Actions > scdump.

    scdump gathers logs and other files into a compressed file archive.

  2. In the download dialog, click Open or Save as required.