When i type
~/.chia/mainnet/log/debug.log it says command not found. What am I doing wrong?
When i type
You need to add some program to open it. You can try
vi /path/debug.log to open in CLI or if you have window manager you can type
gedit /path/debug.log to open it.
Or if you want to print all the lines from the file do
cat /path/debug.log - this will print a lot of things, but its an option.
I still dont know how to go about it? Im new to this. Thanks
Hi @Coinxt ,
“~/.chia/mainnet/log/debug.log” is the adress of your logfile. You need to use a program to open it. As Baylicious said, you need to use the command “vi /path/debug.log” or “gedit /path/debug.log” !
@Coinxt what are you trying to find in the debug log? Maybe we could help with a specific command…
Another way you can try is - open your
Files program and navigate to your
Home directory, then press
Ctrl+H so it shows hidden files. Locate the
.chia directory and then navigate to
mainnet/log and double click on
debug.log it should open.
I got the file opened! I would like to change the log level to INFO to check harvester times. How do I do that?
Got it - the
debug.log will contain the actual logs the program outputs, to change the log level go to the
.chia/mainnet/config directory and open
config.yaml. Search for
WARNING it should be like
log_level: WARNING and replace the warning part with
INFO. Save and restart your chia client.
To be on the safer side, create a copy of
config.yaml before starting, you can just copy/paste in the same dir.
Thanks! Will restarting the chia client terminate my current plotting?
If you are plotting via GUI and/or on the same machine, yes it will.