server logcommand. It will show you the console log for that server. Note, this dumps the entire log file to the console, which may be very large. We recommend using the
tailcommand to just see the last few lines of it.
--followflag and the command will continue streaming new lines to the console until you press Ctrl-C to stop.
--consoleflag to the
server startcommand to start a server in the foreground. The console log will be live-streamed to the CLI and the log will continue streaming as long as the server is running. Press Ctrl-C to stop the server and stop streaming the log file.
--debugflag. When debug is set, the
startcommand will not exit immediately, but wait for the server to come up and live stream the debugging information and server logs to the console while the server is coming up.
tracelevel logging. This works best when starting the server via the console so you can watch the logging as it streams past.