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Debug_trace logging

Use these server settings to debug trace logging.
It is recommended to configure all log files to be written to the same folder as TC::directory . This ensures that all Image Serving log files participate in the automatic log file rotation configured with TC::maxDays , which will prevent potential server instability due to out-of-disk-space conditions.

SV::log - Server Supervisor Trace Log File Path

Folder and base file name for Server Supervisor log files. The path can be absolute or relative to install_folder . The Server Supervisor will append a hyphen and the current date ( -yyyy-mm-dd ) to the file name (before the file suffix, if any). It is recommended to send all log files to the same folder as Platform Server log files ( PS::LogFolder ) to leverage the log file management implemented by the Platform Server ( PS::LogDays ). Default is logs/Supervisor.log.
The new folder must be created before changing this setting. Make sure the access permissions are set so that the Server Supervisor has the necessary create, read, and write privileges.

SV::tracelevel - Server Supervisor Trace Log Level

Log level can be 1, 2, 3, or 4. Default is 2.

IS::Log - Image Server Debug Log File Path

Folder and base file name for Image Server trace log files. The path can be absolute or relative to install_folder . The ImageServer will append a hyphen and the current date ( -yyyy-mm-dd ) to the file name (before the file suffix, if any). It is recommended to send Image Server log files to the same folder as Platform Server log files ( PS::LogFolder ) to leverage the log file management implemented by the Platform Server (see PS::LogDays ).
The new folder must be created before changing this setting. Make sure the access permissions are set so that Image Serving has the necessary create, read, and write privileges.

IS:TraceClient - Image Server Debug Log Level

Log level can be 1, 2, 3, or 4 (Default is 2)
Level 1 logs events related to start-up, shut-down, and Platform Server connections.
Level 2 also logs connecting to and disconnecting from source images.
Level 3 adds logging of requests for pixel data and delivery of same to the Platform Server.
Level 4 records all messages received from the Platform Server.
Level 3 and 4 should be used for debug purposes only, as the log files can become very large.

IS::TraceStatsInterval - Image Server Statistics Log Interval

The Image Server writes memory statistics to its trace log file at the interval specified by this setting. Valid range is 5 to 86,400 seconds.