Log files

Log files contain important information about what happened in your environments. They should be your first step when troubleshooting, because often an application code or configuration error is logged very clearly, allowing you to resolve the issue in no time.

Each node is configured with default logs as part of the server's standard configuration. You may wish to make changes to the log format, or if you're hosting multiple domains within one environment you may find it convenient to split the logs by domain. Consult the official server documentation for the configuration options.

  1. Where to find your log files
  2. Audit log - here you will find information about recent actions made on your environment, as well as their results
  3. Cron logs - logs you can set up for your cron jobs
  4. Git deploy logs - logs related to your git deployment