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Bootstrap debugs / logs

Hi,

 

I was wondering when I went through the bootstrap documentation, it mentions that it should display logs of the bootstrap even if successful but in either case, nothing appears on the console, not even a single word about bootstrap... where should this be displayed or how can i check these logs?

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Re: Bootstrap debugs / logs

@CLIq,

The bootstrap logs are all displayed directly on the console, it's very odd that you aren't actually seeing anything. What exactly are you attempting to bootstrap and where (IE: Azure, Physical Appliance?) 

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@BPry 

I am bootstrapping on Linux KVM (VM-Series Firewalls), which is on a local machine, so no cloud service but the console doesnt show any bootstrap related logs, though of course there are many other logs shown during boot.

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Re: Bootstrap debugs / logs

Hello,

And to verify this is the first time you are attempting this on this image?

For security reasons, you can bootstrap a firewall only when it is in factory default state or has all private data deleted.

 

Regards,

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@OtakarKlier its a fresh kvm image, so yes.

bootstrap works fine but no messages appear even if i try to cause it by e.g. not putting values inside init-cfg or missing folders, etc.

i simpy get no console logs from bootstrap, no matter if successful or not... i would like to monitor the console to confirm a successful bootstrap
EDIT: to be clear, I dont have issues with the actual bootstrap process, i got that to work but I would like to verify console logs to make sure it was successful (automatic checks from the console during boot)

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ok, i assume this is a bug with all images then and will open a support case

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