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15.3. Configuring the Log Format

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You can configure the Red Hat Storage Server to generate log messages either with message IDs or without them.
To know more about these options, see topic Configuring Volume Options in the Red Hat Storage Administration Guide.
To configure the log-format for bricks of a volume:
gluster volume set VOLNAME diagnostics.brick-log-format <value>

Example 15.1. Generate log files with with-msg-id:

#gluster volume set testvol diagnostics.brick-log-format with-msg-id

Example 15.2. Generate log files with no-msg-id:

#gluster volume set testvol diagnostics.brick-log-format no-msg-id
To configure the log-format for clients of a volume:
gluster volume set VOLNAME diagnostics.client-log-format <value>

Example 15.3. Generate log files with with-msg-id:

#gluster volume set testvol diagnostics.client-log-format with-msg-id

Example 15.4. Generate log files with no-msg-id:

#gluster volume set testvol diagnostics.client-log-format no-msg-id
To configure the log format for glusterd:
# glusterd --log-format=<value>

Example 15.5. Generate log files with with-msg-id:

#glusterd --log-format=with-msg-id

Example 15.6. Generate log files with no-msg-id:

#glusterd --log-format=no-msg-id
To a list of error messages, see the Red Hat Storage Error Message Guide.
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