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How to gather and send a diagnostics file to SolarWinds Support

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Updated January 4, 2018

Overview

Use this procedure to gather and send a diagnostics file.

Environment

  • All Orion Platform products versions

Steps

  1. Go to Start > All Programs > SolarWinds Orion > Documentation and Support > Orion Diagnostics.

    Do not click the Active Diagnostics button if you are running an NPM version earlier than 12.0.

  2. Click Start and Save.

    This creates a .zip file that contains logs, events, some information regarding the database, and so on. By default, the diagnostics are saved to the current user's desktop. 

  3. If the file is smaller than 5 MB, send the file to Support by attaching it as a reply to the email request.
  4. If the file is larger than 5 MB, please contact support and they will create a secure ServU upload link where you can upload the diagnostics.

 

To learn about pulling agent diagnostics to resolve NPM and SAM agent issues, see NPM - Agent - How to gather agent diagnostics.

 

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