Luup Loglevels

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Using Loglevels

Vera records different types of log entries, in it's log files, according to logging levels. By default only log levels 1-10 will make it to /var/log/cmh/LuaUPnP.log and all other types of messages are discarded.

To add more log levels edit the file /etc/cmh/cmh.conf. To see all log entries check the verbose option on Advanced/Logs, or put a comment character (#) in front of the LogLevels= line in /etc/cmh/cmh.conf

 #LogLevels = 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,50,40

You can use grep to see only certain types of log entries.

For example, to watch the log and see only critical errors and Z-Wave serial API traffic, use:

 tail -f /var/log/cmh/LuaUPnP.log | grep '^01\|^41\|^42'

or to view the list of all devices in the system use:

 grep '^09' /var/log/cmh/LuaUPnP.log


Here's a full list of the log types that Vera supports:

LV_CRITICAL         1
LV_WARNING          2
LV_STARTSTOP        3
LV_JOB              4
LV_HA               5
LV_VARIABLE         6
LV_EVENT            7
LV_ACTION           8
LV_ENUMERATION      9
LV_STATUS           10
LV_CHILD_DEVICES    11
LV_DATA_REQUEST     12
LV_LOCKING          20
LV_IR               28
LV_ALARM            31
LV_SOCKET           32
LV_DEBUG            35
LV_PROFILER         37
LV_PROCESSUTILS     38
// Z-Wave starts with 4
LV_ZWAVE            40
LV_SEND_ZWAVE       41
LV_RECEIVE_ZWAVE    42
// Lua starts with 5
LV_LUA              50
LV_SEND_LUA         51
LV_RECEIVE_LUA      52
// Insteon starts with 6
LV_INSTEON          60
LV_SEND_INSTEON     61
LV_RECEIVE_INSTEON  62
// Low level debugging starts with 2+ ZWave/Lua/Insteon
LV_ZWAVE_DEBUG      24
LV_LUA_DEBUG        25
LV_INSTEON_DEBUG    26
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