During application development, you can identify most issues by checking logs. The following table shows the paths and descriptions of EDAS logs.
|Log file name||Description|
|/home/admin/taobao-tomcat-production-xxxx/logs/catalina.out||This is the most important log. It shows exceptions of applications and Tomcat application servers. This is the log most useful for identifying development issues.|
|/home/admin/taobao-tomcat-production-xxxx/logs/localhost.log.xxx||If an error can be hardly identified after you analyze the catalina.out log file, refer to the localhost log files. Make sure your application starts up correctly before analyzing the logs.|
|/home/admin/configclient/logs/config.client.log||This log shows if the service publication and subscription are successful. Look for key words like “Register-ok” and “Publish-ok” in the log.|
|/home/admin/logs/hsf/hsf.log||This is the HSF service log, recording the details of the HSF service calling process. If an exception occurs during an HSF call, check this log.|
For application containers, the basic troubleshooting process is as follows:
Check the file /home/admin/taobao-tomcat-production-xxxx/logs/catalina.out
Check the file /home/admin/taobao-tomcat-production-xxxx/logs/localhost.log.xxx
Find the first Tomcat-related error and solve it. Then, restart the application and check if there are any other errors.