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Databrciks: failure logs

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New Contributor II

Hello Team,

I am new to Databrciks. Generally where all the logs will be stored in Databricks. I see if any job fails below the command i could see some error messages.

Otherwise in real time how to check the log files/error messages in Databricks UI.

Thanks in advance

 

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Walter_C
Valued Contributor II
Valued Contributor II

Cluster logs can be observed directly on the cluster UI, under Driver logs, Spark logs related to the executors can be seen under the Spark UI section in the cluster configuration and under Executors, you can look for the stdout and the stderr 

For logs more related to events you can set up audit log delivery on an S3 bucket or by querying the system table s mentioned in docs https://docs.databricks.com/en/administration-guide/account-settings/audit-logs.html

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Walter_C
Valued Contributor II
Valued Contributor II

Cluster logs can be observed directly on the cluster UI, under Driver logs, Spark logs related to the executors can be seen under the Spark UI section in the cluster configuration and under Executors, you can look for the stdout and the stderr 

For logs more related to events you can set up audit log delivery on an S3 bucket or by querying the system table s mentioned in docs https://docs.databricks.com/en/administration-guide/account-settings/audit-logs.html

databrciks
New Contributor II

Thanks for the response. This helped.