Glossary

Log Level

The log level indicates how much information should be written to a log file. For troubleshooting purposes, a higher log level can usually be specified. In Compart products, the following log levels are differentiated: * F: Fatal error. Processing is terminated. * E: Error that will most likely lead to an undesirable result. * W: Warning that may but need not lead to an undesirable result. * I: Information describing the process. * V: Verbose (detailed) information about the process. * D: Detailed information about the process for debug purposes.

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