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--log-level options in the command line: what are they?

  • 9 October 2019
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I tried:

–log-level=warning

But I got:

Unrecognized log level “warning”

I saw a few other posts and I see that this works:

–log-level=fatal


I didn’t see the log levels using --help, so I’m wonder what the log levels could be.

Any ideas?

thanks!

Alex


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Docs don’t lie! Our options, in descending verbosity, are:



  • debug

  • verbose

  • info

  • warn

  • error

  • fatal



Docs don’t lie! Our options, in descending verbosity, are:

 

  •  
  • debug
  • verbose
  • info
  • warn
  • error
  • fatal


Looker Documentation

 

 

Log

 

 

 

 

 

Shows 500 most recent system log messages generated by your Looker instance

 

Why is there absolutely zero information on how to see what the log level is set to currently so that I know I did this correctly?

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