How to interpret the messages in the SoftGrid Virtual Application Server log
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This article describes how to interpret the messages in the SoftGrid Virtual Application Server log.
By default, the SoftGrid Virtual Application Server log (Sft-server.log) is located in the following folder:
Each message is reported in the following format:
DateTime ServerName ProcessID ThreadID Module SessionID ProviderName UserName ApplicationURL ErrorLevel ErrorNumber ErrorMessage
If a value is unknown or is blank, that value is replaced by a hyphen (-) character.
|DateTime||The date and time in the [YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.MS] format|
|ServerName||The name of the SoftGrid Virtual Application Server that is reporting the message|
|ProcessID||The process ID (PUID/PID) of the process that logged the message|
|ThreadID||The thread ID (UID) of the thread that logged the message|
|Module||The module that reported the message|
|SessionID||The session ID of the request|
|ProviderName||The Provider Policy name to which the request was submitted |
|UserName||The user name of the user who was authenticated|
|ApplicationURL||The application URL of the application that is being requested|
|ErrorLevel||The error level of the message, as follows:|
1: Fatal Errors
5: Debug (Verbose)
|ErrorNumber||The error number (or error code)|
|ErrorMessage||The error message|
An example of a Virtual Application Server log message is as follows:
[2006-06-19 12:44:50.896] OSFSGS 2480 2212 SW_RTSPHandler::HandleTeardown 726415455 "Default Provider" Administrator DefaultApp.sft 4 40961 "Session Teardown"
Article ID: 930871 - Last Review: 01/16/2015 15:49:37 - Revision: 2.0
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