Turnkey and MDrivenServer logs

Browser Access

If you have the default installation of the TurnkeyServer and MDrivenServer, you can access their logs directly like this from a browser.

Turnkey Server

Portal UI

On the manage page for your application on the MDriven Portal, you will find direct links to the Turnkey log pages.

Direct URL
https://<yourturnkey>/developer/errors 
https://<yourturnkey>/developer/log

or

https://<yourturnkey>/logs/TurnkeyServerLogRollingERRORS.txt
https://<yourturnkey>/logs/TurnkeyServerRollingDEBUG.txt

MDrivenServer

Direct URL
https://<yourturnkey>/__MDrivenServer/logs/MDrivenServerRollingDEBUG.txt
https://<yourturnkey>/__MDrivenServer/logs/MDrivenServerLogRollingERRORS.txt
Navigating the MDrivenServer UI

MDrivenServer log

Using the Azure SCM For Either TurnkeyServer or MDrivenServer

In Azure, there is an admin app for each app called SCM.

https://<yourappname>.scm.azurewebsites.net 

You can log in there using the credentials you find in your publishing profile - or with an account if you have access to the hosting Azure subscription.

If you have this access, you can find logs easily with these two URLs:

https://<yourappname>.scm.azurewebsites.net/api/vfs/site/wwwroot/logs/TurnkeyServerRollingDEBUG.txt
https://<yourappname>.scm.azurewebsites.net/api/vfs/site/wwwroot/__MDrivenServer/logs/MDrivenServerRollingDEBUG.txt
If you're using Chrome, you might like this extension to make the log viewing easier:

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/better-text-viewer/lcaidopdffhfemoefoaadecppnjdknkc

Command Line on the Server

You will find the "logs" folder on both Turnkey and MDrivenServer.

The server uses a rolling renaming and cleanup scheme. The current log is the one without an odd extension.

Showing It on the Screen Automatically

To see the logs on the screen, start PowerShell and use the commands:

Get-Content .\*ERRORS.txt -Wait -tail 1
Get-Content .\*DEBUG.txt -Wait -tail 1
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