Please note that the logging for version 8.2 has changed slightly.
To enable TRACE level logging:
1. Open the globallog.config file (located under C:\Program Files\One Identity\One Identity Manager) in a text editor.
2. Update as per the version:
The variable, "logFileLevel" is used. So only the value for the variable needs to be updated from the variables section (line 5), e.g.:
variable name="logFileLevel" value="Trace"
Version 8.1.5 and below:
In the "rules" section change the following line from:
logger name="*" minlevel="Info" writeTo="logfile"
logger name="*" minlevel="Trace" writeTo="logfile"
So that the final result is:
Then save the change. This is sufficient to generate TRACE level logging in the required log files.
Please note that log files are generated in specific locations!
For example, the Job Service log will be created under the AppData folder for the account under which the job service runs, e.g.:
C:\Users\serviceaccount\AppData\Local\One Identity\One Identity Manager\JobService
Note that additional folders exist under \AppData\Local\One Identity\One Identity Manager for various components, most notably, StdioProcessor.
If logs for a front-end application, such as Manager or the Sync Editor, are required, these will exist in the AppData folder of the currently logged in Windows (Active Directory) user, e.g.:
C:\Users\jsmith\AppData\Local\One Identity\One Identity Manager\Manager
Please note that If the One Identity Manager service is running as Local System the logs will be in one of the following locations:
Support may ask that additional logging be enabled. This requires that the following commented section be un-commented:
With this logging option enabled additional logs are created under the "debug" folder (created automatically), e.g.:
C:\Users\serviceaccount\AppData\Local\One Identity\One Identity Manager\JobService\debug
Note: For any web application/web portal debug log. The same as above process can be applied in each web application's Nlog.config file.
The logs will be created in:
For more information about the logging options, please refer to the Process Monitoring and Troubleshooting Guide.