Log File (Troubleshooting)
In general, the log file can be found in the current user's home directory.
Before sending or looking at the file, it might be useful to change the log level to DEBUG (default is WARN) to capture the maximum amount of information possible to aide the debugging process.
- Designates error events that might still allow the application to continue running.
- Designates potentially harmful situations.
- Designates informational messages that highlight the progress of the application at coarse-grained level.
- Designates fine-grained informational events that are most useful to debug an application.
Log file location
If you have problems running Kadeck Teams, log output is very important for quick support. If possible, the problem should be recreated with the log level "DEBUG" and then the log output should be sent to Kadeck Support. Most of our customers use a ...
Mounting a keytab file
If you need to specify a keytab file when running Kadeck on your local machine to connect to your Apache Kafka cluster, you need to create a volume containing the keytab of your certificate and mount it to your Docker container. Mounting the keytab ...
This article describes the changes of the version 4.2.x update. Note: We have released a 4.2.9 hotfix that solves a performance problem in connection with the schema registry, which led to an extremely long connection process or missing schemas for ...
Download and Startup
Download the version of Kadeck Desktop from here. There are 3 supported operating systems. Windows After downloading the file win.zip, extract its contents and click on the Kadeck executable. MacOS After downloading the file mac.zip, extract its ...
Download Kadeck docker image for offline use
Offline docker setup These are the steps to transfer the Kadeck Teams docker image to a server that runs docker without internet access: On a device with internet access: use docker save xeotek/kadeck:VERSION > kadeck.tar to save the file ...