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How to dowload the server log

Benoit Laforest
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Nov 15, 2023



I would like to consult the server log of a jira instance, in order to check the logs of a plugin that we are testing.


Ho can I acheive that?



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Rilwan Ahmed
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Nov 16, 2023

Hi @Benoit Laforest ,

Welcome to the community !!

You need to contact your windows/Linux admins based on where your jira is installed. 

The Tomcat logs are present in <Install directory>logs/catalina.out
Application logs are present in <home directory>/logs/atlassian-jira.log

All the useful log files in Jira are mentioned in

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