Cassandra logs

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Use the Cassandra logs to help diagnose problems with the cassandra pods.

Logs are a good way to troubleshoot problems with your installation. See also Logging.

Use the logs command

You can view Cassandra logs using the kubectl logs command. For example:

kubectl logs -f -n hybrid cassandra-0

Viewing logs on the filesystem

You can find the Cassandra log files on the cassandra pod's filesystem. To view the files, open a shell in a cassandra pod:

kubectl exec -it -n namespace cassandra-pod-name bash

For example:

kubectl exec -it -n hybrid cassandra-0 bash

Once you have the pod shell open, you can find the Cassandra logs under /opt/apigee/var/log/cassandra/config.log.