Site Diagnostics can be used to enable web site logging, view detailed errors, and also provide debug information for your application.
After logging into your control panel click on CloudSites and choose the site you want to configure site diagnostics for.
Click on the Config button and scroll down to the section titled Site Diagnostics.
Here you have three options. Note, log files are stored in the file system of your application and count against your disk space. Make sure to only enable these options when necessary. If you do keep these options on please make sure to periodically clean out old files.
Failed Request Tracing: Request-based tracing that can be used to debug performance issues or errors in your website or application. This is commonly used with visual studio to get to the bottom of application issues. Note, this is a debugging feature that should only be used when troubleshooting.
Open FileZilla and in the quick connect bar enter the server, user name, and password. Remember you can find the information on the Overview page of your CloudSite in your control panel.
Click Quickconnect and you will be connected to the FTP server.
Log files can be found in the LogFiles folder.
Inside the LogFiles folder there are sub folders containing the actual log files themselves.
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