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Corticon Server: Integration & Deployment Guide : Using Corticon Server logs
 

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Using Corticon Server logs

Logging functions have to be able to cover the range between getting enough information to understand how to resolve general processing issues, and not getting so much information that the time and space for server operations is compromised. In development environments, more detailed settings can be helpful, while production systems need to capture significant events yet be able to tolerate short-term application of detailed logging.
Logging server activities is an important part of administering Corticon Server deployments. It is also a feature of the built-in Server in Corticon Studios. You can set logs to be as detailed or as brief as your needs for information and performance change.
In this section: 
* How users typically use logs
* Changing logging configuration
* Troubleshooting Corticon Server problems