Get all debug info possible

Spencer Sevilla sevilla at cs.washington.edu
Fri Feb 28 17:57:22 UTC 2020


I like “--output cat” to display colors. Aside from that, I actually don’t know how to change the logging level but would love to learn if you know how!

> On Feb 28, 2020, at 09:52, Rafael Diniz <rafael at rhizomatica.org> wrote:
> 
> Thanks Spencer!
> 
> I'm willing if I should use the "-e", "-m", "-d" and "-t" in the systemd
> open5gs-* service files for a more verbose output.
> 
> juba
> 
> On 2/28/20 1:40 PM, Spencer Sevilla wrote:
>> Hi Juba!
>> 
>> If open5gs is running as a systemd service (the default if you installed with apt-get) you should use journalctl. The relevant systemd service names are open5gs-hssd, open5gs-mmed, open5gs-sgwd, open5gs-pgwd, and open5gs-pcrfd. If you built them from source, they will output all information in the terminal window you’re running them in, and will also write to log files located in {installation_directory}/var/log/open5gs/.
>> 
>> To see all the journalctl logs in one terminal: “sudo journalctl -f -u open5gs-hssd -u open5gs-mmed -u open5gs-pgwd -u open5gs-sgwd -u open5gs-pcrfd"
>> 
>>> On Feb 28, 2020, at 06:58, Rafael Diniz <rafael at rhizomatica.org> wrote:
>>> 
>>> Hi all,
>>> 
>>> Which cmd line should I use to get all the debug information possible
>>> from the EPC components?
>>> 
>>> Thanks,
>>> Rafael Diniz
>>> 
>>> 
> 



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