Debug Logs

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jonbenta
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Debug Logs

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Is there anyway to increase qBittorrent log level to get more details about what is going on?

I'm using Sonarr and am finding that the seed ratio and seed time I configure in Sonarr are not being set in qBittorrent.
Hoping more detailed logging might help me figure out what might be going wrong.
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Peter
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Re: Debug Logs

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Well, there are two ways I know of.
- Run qBittorrent from Terminal - and there is already some output.
- Enable "Execution Log" in qBittorrent that creates a quite verbose Log file that you can check.
- Re-compile or run a debug version. It tells you a LOT.
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Thanks for the response.
How do I enable "Execution Log"? I can't seem to find a corresponding setting.
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It's in View, in the GUI. (to see)
And in Options -> Log File (bottom), you can customize the options.

I don't know which config lines represent these though. I'd just backup the config file, make these changes on a Linux/Windows PC, then diff the config file and see which lines changed.
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Thanks Peter. Unfortunately, these logs do not provide enough detail to investigate my issue.
I'll compile a debug version of qBittorrent and see if that yields more information.
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