I have encoutered several times this issue :
- I set the “Application-wide log level” to DEBUG.
- I monitor my logs for a few days.
- At some point, no more DEBUG data comes through.
- I return to the Log Management page, and discover that the log level has gone back to INFO (it never changes to anything else than INFO, so this is not a random process or a mistaken maneuver).
The impact is not major, but it always is when I need debug info that I realize it’s not being recorded anymore
I apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for reporting the problem. I have created an internal ticket to investigate this problem BKNDLSS-29019. As soon as a solution is available, we will let you know in this thread.
Just as a follow-up to this thread, I would like to point out that this keeps happening every now and then. I set my application-wide log-level at DEBUG and it bumps back up to INFO every few days/weeks without my doing anything.
Thank you for the update, and again we apologize for the inconvenience.
As soon as a solution to this issue is available, we’ll let you know in this thread.
We apologise for the inconvenience. Can you please provide the APP ID where this problem is reproduced?
App ID = D7075715-5086-625A-FFAB-39C2F40FB200
We investigated the problem and found no problems with changing the logging level. Can you tell us when was the last time you encountered this problem? Did you change the logging level to DEBUG yourself afterward?
Hi @Inna_Shkolnaya ,
The last time I realised it happened again was when I last wrote, 10 days ago, on Nov. 1st. So it must have happened in the one or two days before then.
And yes, I did change the logging level back to Debug, because I absolutely needed it and couldn’t wait.
Hi again @Inna_Shkolnaya ,
Just to let you know, the log level once again reset itself sometime over the week-end. I won’t touch it at all until tomorrow, so that you can investigate. Please let met know when you have investigated, so that I can switch it back to debug, thanks.
Hi @Nicolas_REMY ,
I have reopened the ticket for the further investigation by our team. You can switch it back to debug now.
As I can see from your app (Data > Loggers) all logger records were updated at the same time today.
Maybe you have some “Cloud Code” (custom services, event handlers) which interact directly with “Loggers” table?
Thanks for the insight.
However, I don’t believe I do have anything interacting with that table, I just searched in my exported code, and the only thing that turns up is files called sdk.js.
Plus, the strange thing is that they are all updated at the same time, true, but that timestamp is 11/14/2022 11:12:57. And I believe it’s in UTC, right ? If so, it’s in the future (!)
Those dates are not in UTC when displayed in Data Browser by default. They are displayed in your local time.
There is a checkbox to the left from search input to enable UTC format for dates
I see that all your loggers were updated today (their
updated field is the same again). Also I see that for that table security config modified so only one role can read/create/modify records in it. We checked from our side your scenario one more time and it seems that problem located somewhere in your logic.
I would suggest you to set explicit
Deny for all roles for
Upsert operations for
Loggers table and monitor your application logs for some time. If your logic modifies that table you will get error when such attempt will be performed.
Hi @Andriy_Konoz and thanks for the followup. The very strange thing is that only one role had the given permissions, an admin role which I am the only one to have, and I had not been in that table this morning at all. So indeed, something else must be causing this, and I have no clue what.
Thanks for the guidance regarding the permissions. I now denied them for everyone and every role. I hope I will end up finding where that happens.