In the MyQ server log, you can find information about all parts of the MyQ server: the MyQ server, MyQ Web UI, etc. Log messages are sorted into these types Critical, Error, Warning, Info, Notice, Debug, Trace and you can select the types that you want to be displayed.
You can also set the log to display only messages informing about specific MyQ subsystems, such as the Web UI, remote printer setup, user sessions on MyQ terminals, and also about a specific context, for example, direct printing or a specific printing device.
The log is updated in real time, but you can pause it and select to show messages from a specific time period, such as yesterday, this week, last week, last X hours, last X weeks, etc.
Opening the MyQ Log
On the MyQ Web User Interface, go to MyQ, Log, or on the Home dashboard, click Log on the Quick links gadget.
Pausing/Refreshing the log
To pause or resume the real time run of the log, click Run on the bar at the top of the Log tab. To refresh the log up to the current moment, click Refresh on the same bar.
Filtering the log: selecting time period, types of information, subsystem or context
You can filter the log on the panel:
After you pause the log, you can select the period in the Date combo box.
The types can be selected and deselected on the panel at the right side of the Log tab.
On the Subsystem combo box, you can select/type one or more subsystems to be displayed in the log.
In the Context text box, you can type the context to be displayed.
After the filters are set, click Search to submit them.
Exporting the log/Generating data for support
Click Tools on the bar at the top of the Log tab, and then select one of the following export options:
Save as Excel — export the log as an Excel file
Save as CSV — export the log as a CSV file
Generate data for support — generates a .zip file with multiple files for MyQ support.
Highlighting log messages
You can highlight particular log messages. To do so, select the message that you want to highlight and then press the SHIFT + SPACE keyboard shortcut.
To remove all highlights, click Tools on the bar at the top of the Log tab, and then click Remove highlighting.