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SUBNET Registration Required

The mc support commands are designed for MinIO deployments registered with MinIO SUBNET to ensure optimal outcome of diagnostics and performance testing. Deployments not registered with SUBNET cannot use the mc support commands.

Changed in version RELEASE.2022-12-02T23-48-47Z: mc support logs moved to mc admin logs and provide a simpler command interface for displaying server logs for the MinIO deployment.

The output is similar to what is available via journalctl -uf minio for systemd-controlled deployments.

Description

Use the mc admin logs command to show MinIO server logs.

To enable or disable the sending of logs to SUBNET for support, use mc support callhome.

The uploading feature remains disabled by default until explicitly enabled for a deployment on an opt-in only basis. If enabled, you can disable the feature at any time with mc support callhome disable.

Examples

Show Logs for a Deployment

The following command displays the most recent ten server logs of any type for the alias minio1.

mc admin logs minio1

Show Last 5 Log Entries for a Node

The following command shows the most recent five log entries for a node1 on the deployment with alias minio1.

mc admin logs --last 5 myminio node1

Show Application Type Log Entires for a Deployment

The following command shows log entries of the type application for all nodes on the deployment with alias minio1.

mc admin logs --type application minio1

Syntax

The command has the following syntax:

mc admin logs [GLOBAL FLAGS]     \
              [--last, -l value] \
              [--type, -t value] \
              ALIAS              \
              [NODE]

Parameters

ALIAS
Required

The alias of the MinIO deployment.

--last, -l
Optional

Show only the most recent specified number of log entries.

If this flag is not included, up to the last 10 log entries show.

--type, --type
Optional

List log entries of a specified type. Valid types are minio, application, or all.

If not specified, all log entry types show.

NODE
Optional

In distributed deployments, specify which node’s logs to show by entering the node’s name.

Global Flags

This command supports any of the global flags.