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Hi, Where Can I Find The Logs Of Trains-Agent By Default?

Hi, where can I find the logs of trains-agent by default?

Posted 3 years ago
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Hi JitteryCoyote63 when you run the trains-agent it tells you where it puts the logs, it's a temp auto generated filename usually under /tmp/
Running TRAINS-AGENT daemon in background mode, writing stdout/stderr to /tmp/.trains_agent_daemon_out4uahki3i.txt

Posted 3 years ago

Thanks, the message is not logged in GCloud instances logs when using startup scripts, this is why I did not see it. 👍

Posted 3 years ago