Logging generated by default by the NuoDB processes is termed default logging.
Logging is one of the many database options you can specify when creating or updating your database, or when invoking new database engine processes (TEs or SMs).
|Default logging was previously known as static logging.|
You can choose to log to any or all of the following:
syslog, for centralized logging or integration with third-party log managers.
stdout, which is captured in the
nuoadminlog (this is the default). See NuoDB Admin Log Description for information about where the
nuoadminlog is stored on your platform.
|Database Option to Enable Logging||Logs To|
NuoDB Admin log file (
System log file (Unix only).
Syslog on the host specified by the
By default, only
verbose logging to
nuoadmin.log is enabled by
NUODB_HOME/etc/nuodb.conf in your installation - see Database Configuration File for details of this file.
remote-syslog are disabled by default.
Whatever you specify completely overrides any default or previous value, so it is usual to include
Default logging options are typically specified when creating the database.
In the example below:
We want errors, warnings and transaction logging to be sent to
We also set up remote logging to a syslog server enabling errors, warnings and SQL statement logging.
nuocmd create database --db-name test --default-options verbose error,warn,tx \ remote-syslog error,warn,sql-statements remote-syslog-server <host:port>
|Logging levels and categories must be supplied as a comma-separated list with no spaces.|
Once the database has been created, you can use
nuocmd update database-options to change settings for new database processes, including logging.
This replaces completely any previous setting.
For example, the following command causes new database processes to receive the
verbose msgs,error option when they are started.
(If the previous value was the default setting
verbose error,warn, then
warn logging is no longer enabled but process message logging now is).
nuocmd update database-options --db-name DBNAME --default-options verbose msgs,error
|This configuration change does not affect running database process. In order for the change to take effect, existing database processes would have to be stopped and new processes started in their place. Assuming you have more than one TE and SM running, you can do this without taking the database down.|
Logging can be enabled specifically for a new engine process when it is started.
However, the settings will only apply to that process while it is running.
You might do this during testing and then use a load-balancing rule to direct connections to that process using its
nuocmd start process --db-name DBNAME --options verbose error,warn,sql-statement-explain-plans
To enable logging without starting or restarting processes, consider Dynamic or On-Demand Logging instead.
For more details refer to Logging Options.