Diagnostic log file

The diagnostic log records information about Adobe Media Server operations (this is in addition to the information logged by the operating system). This log is used primarily for debugging (logging uncommon events that occur in Adobe Media Server processes).

The default diagnostic logs are master.xx.log, edge.xx.log, core.xx.log, admin.xx.log, and httpcache.xx.log. All the diagnostic logs are located in the Adobe Media Server logs directory. Adobe Media Server is configured, by default, to create a diagnostic log for each type of process. The “xx” in the filename is a two-digit number representing the version of the log.

For a list of messages that appear in the diagnostic log files, see Diagnostic logs.

Fields in diagnostic logs

Field

Event(s)

Description

date

All

Date on which the event occurred.

time

All

Time at which event occurred.

x-pid

All

Server process ID.

x-status

All

Status code: The code is a 10-character string that represents the severity, category, and message ID.

The first three characters represent severity, as follows:

(w) = warning

(e) = error

(i) = information

(d) = debug

(s) = trace from server-side script

(_) = unknown

The next three characters represent category. All categories are listed in Status categories in diagnostic logs.

The last four characters represent the message ID.

x-stx

All

Event-dependent context information.

Status categories in diagnostic logs

Category

Description

257

TCService

258

TCServer

259

Presence

260

Storage

261

Stream

262

SMTP

263

Adaptor

264

JavaScript

265

TCApplication

266

TCConnector

267

Admin

268

SharedObject

269

Configuration

270

VirtualHost

271

SSL

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