|-D||Enables verbosity and debug messages.|
|Overrides the configuration setting from /usr/local/etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf and from the userdb with the given value. In order to override multiple settings, the -o option may be specified multiple times.|
|-v||Enables verbosity, including progress counter.|
doveadm log errors [-s min_timestamp]
The log errors command is used to show the last - up to 1,000 - errors and warnings. If no output is generated, no errors have occurred since the last start.
-s min_timestamp An integer value, representing seconds since the epoch - also known as Unix timestamp. When a min_timestamp was given, doveadm(1) will only show errors occurred since that point in time.
doveadm log find [directory]
The log find command is used to show the location of the log files, to which dovecot(1) sends its log messages. If dovecot(1) logs its messages through syslogd(8) and doveadm(1) could not find any log files, you can specify the directory where your syslogd writes its log files.
doveadm log reopen
This command causes doveadm to reopen all log files, configured in the log_path, info_log_path and debug_log_path settings. These settings are configured in /usr/local/etc/dovecot/conf.d/10-logging.conf.
This is for example useful after manually rotating the log files.
doveadm log test
This command causes doveadm to write the message This is Dovecots priority log (timestamp) to the configured log files. The used priorities are: debug, info, warning, error and fatal.
This example shows how to locate the log files used by dovecot(1).
doveadm log find Looking for log files from /var/log Debug: /var/log/dovecot.debug Info: /var/log/mail.log Warning: /var/log/mail.log Error: /var/log/mail.log Fatal: /var/log/mail.log
Report bugs, including doveconf -n output, to the Dovecot Mailing List <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Information about reporting bugs is available at: http://dovecot.org/bugreport.html
|Dovecot v2.2||DOVEADM-LOG (1)||2013-11-24|