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Locating Log Files

In the event of an issue, your Square 9 Support Technician may ask for a variety of logs to be sent over for analysis. Here are the types of logs they may ask for, what application they are associated with, and where to find them.

  1. GlobalSearch Error Log
    1. General, all-purpose error log that handles all faults in ssinterface.exe including login and REST issues.
    2. Found on both server and client applications
    3. Location: C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Local\Square_9_Softworks\GlobalSearch\ErrorLog.log
  2. GlobalCapture Engine Log
    1. This log is a transcription of all actions being taken in the GlobalCapture Engine.
    2. Found only on the Engine server. One log per engine exists.
    3. Location: <YOURDRIVE>:\GetSmart\CaptureServices\GlobalCapture_<ENGINE#>\captureLog.log
  3. GlobalAction Log
    1. This log is a transcription of all actions being taken in the GlobalAction Engine.
    2. Found only on App Server
    3. Location: <YOURDRIVE>:\GetSmart\Workflow.log
  4. Mongo Log
    1. This log is a transactional log of everything happening in the Mongo Database. Records varying levels of data based on what logging level is enabled.
    2. Found only on App Server
    3. Location: <YOURDRIVE>:\GetSmart\Mongodb\logs\mongo.log
  5. Catalina Log
    1. Captures issues related to the Tomcat server running GlobalForms.
    2. Found only on GlobalForms Server
    3. Logs may be separated by date
    4. Location: <YOURDRIVE>:\GlobalForms<yourVersion>\tomcat\logs\catalina.log
  6. Frevvo Log
    1. Captures issues related to the Frevvo LiveForms application.
    2. Found only on GlobalForms Server
    3. Logs may be separated by date
    4. Location: <YOURDRIVE>:\GlobalForms<yourVersion>\tomcat\logs\Frevvo.log


Info

Some of these logs may be large and may need to be compressed to send over email.

Removing Log Files

In almost all cases, large log files can be deleted to free up space. It is recommended you keep the most recent logging, but old log files can take up unnecessary amounts of space and can be deleted without any repercussions relating to application function. A better, more non-destructive way to address this may be to zip up and compress these log files periodically, especially in the event the logs are required for future auditing.

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