Access vSphere Integrated Containers Appliance Logs
You access the logs for the vSphere Integrated Containers appliance by using SSH.
Make sure that SSH access to the appliance is enabled. To enable SSH access to the appliance, see Reconfigure the vSphere Integrated Containers Appliance.
- Use SSH to connect to the appliance as root user.
$ ssh root@new_vic_appliance_addressWhen prompted for the password, enter the appliance password that you specified when you deployed the appliance.
- To access the logs for the appliance, navigate to
$ cd /var/logThe
/var/logfolder contains the appliance installation log,
To access logs for vSphere Integrated Containers Registry, navigate to
$ cd /var/log/harborThe
/var/logfolder contains the log files for the following services:
adminserver.log: Registry administration service
clair-db.log: Clair database used for vulnerability scanning of images
clair.log: Clair service used for vulnerability scanning of images
jobservice.log: Registry job service log
mysql.log: Embedded registry database
notary-db.log: Notary database by Docker Content Trust
notary-server.log: Notary server used by Docker Content Trust
notary-signer.log: Notary image signing service used by Docker Content Trust
registry.log: Registry service logs
ui.log: User interface logs
To access logs for vSphere Integrated Containers Management Portal, run the
vSphere Integrated Containers Management Portal runs as a Docker container in the appliance.
$ docker logs vic-admiral