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  1. Log Files

    Qube! produces a number of different log files, each serving a different purpose. These log files may be stored locally, on a shared file system or both. The log files
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  2. Writing Job Logs to a Network Filesystem

    to the Supervisor Then finally written locally on the Supervisor's filesystem. Reading logs When logs are stored on the supervisor, remote log transmission handling follows…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  3. Job logs

    Logs for each job are stored in subdirectories within the logpath directory. Within each job directory, there are a number of log files associated with the job and its…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  4. Supervisor Logs

    The Supervisor outputs log information to a file called supelog. By default, the file is located in: Linux / Mac OS X /var/log/supelog Windows Vista/2008/7…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  5. Worker Logs

    The Worker outputs log information to a file called workerlog. By default, the file is located in: Linux / OS X /var/log/workerlog Windows Vista/2008…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  6. Where is the MySQL configuration file?

    The data directory, configuration file, and log file are all located relative to the PostgreSQL install folder, : data: /data conf: /data/postgresql.conf log: /pgsql.log…
    QubeMay 23, 2018
  7. Log Rotation

    and workerlog files respectively. Over time, these logs may become very large, can consume an inordinate amount of disk space, and can be unwieldy to should they need to be read…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  8. I am getting 'Invalid agenda item name "1". Skipping slice.' warnings in the QubeGUI. What's going on and how do I fix this?

    , but the job log files are still present. The discrepancy between those log files and what is stored on the Supervisor database is what the QubeGUI is likely issuing these warnings about…
    QubeMay 23, 2018
  9. Supervisor Configuration

    Configuration You can discover the current Supervisor configuration by reading the qb.conf file directly, or by issuing this qbadmin command $ qbadmin supervisor --configuration…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017
  10. Drive Mounting: Remote files I access in OS X aren't visible on the Worker

    The problem you describe is caused by a difference between the remote file services available to a logged in user (such as yourself) and those available to the host without…
    QubeFeb 01, 2017