Anything you can do in the UI you can also do in the using the API/CLI. To
download the current installation log you can use the command

maas <profile> node-script-result download <system_id> current-installation

Similarly you can do the same for commissioning  or testing results
maas <profile> node-script-result download <system_id> current-commissioning
maas <profile> node-script-result download <system_id> current-testing

For commissioning and testing results you may want to download a tar with
all results instead of the text
maas <profile> node-script-result download <system_id> current-testing
filetype=tar.xz

MAAS stores metadata about the result status as status, runtime, and when
installation/commissioning/testing started
maas <profile> node-script-result read <system_id> current-installation

MAAS also stores historic results which can be viewed with
maas <profile> node-script-results read <system_id>

Hope that helps!

Lee

On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 7:29 PM, sachidananda sahu <sachi...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Yes Blake, the GUI provides only the node level events(Not at maas region
> level and not overall about all the nodes), but is there any directory
> where it is stored ?
>
> Jeff, you are right.This was my questions intention.
>
> It will be better to get the deployment log of each node in some specific
> directory(may be in /etc/maas/logs/node*
>
> In addition to that it will be nice to have the logs or mantaining
>  statistics at overall maas level(Total no of node deployed, total no of
> node failed in deployment , total no of node failed in specific event and
> their cause etc) so that the user can get a overall idea about maas region
> controller.
>
> On 09-Aug-2017 1:09 AM, "Jeffrey Lane" <jeffrey.l...@canonical.com> wrote:
>
> I think the question is something like "is there a directory on the
> MAAS Server Filesystem (like /var/log/maas/) where I can find text
> file logs for each node OUTSIDE maas.log and the web UI".
>
> I had a similar thought in that it would be nice at least if the UI
> would allow me to download a note's deployment logs, rather than
> forcing me to copy/paste several hundred lines of text to a file.  For
> example, click on the "Deployment" tab and have a simple button at the
> top of the output pane that says "Download Log" which would download
> NODE_NAME-Deployment.log or whatever. It would also, for debugging
> purposes, be nice to have those logs saved over time.  For example, if
> I am deploying a node 10 times in a row to test changes to
> curtin_userdata, or to test the effects of various firmware settings
> on deployments, as i have been today.  It would be SUPER to be able to
> go to a node specific directory, perhaps in /var/log/maas/, and be
> able to see timestamped deployment logs for NODE_NAME so I can diff
> them, or grep them all, or whatever I want en masse.
>
> On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 3:01 PM, Blake Rouse <blake.ro...@canonical.com>
> wrote:
> > I am some what confused on the question you are asking, but what I
> believe
> > you are asking about is "node-events". "node-events" is exposed over the
> API
> > which provides all events that have occurred on a node (machine or
> device)
> > since it has been added to MAAS.
> >
> > The same events can also be seen in the GUI on the machine details page
> on
> > the "Events" tab.
> >
> > On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 7:17 AM, sachidananda sahu <sachi...@gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> >>
> >> Hi All,
> >>
> >> In case any compute node failed in deployment then we are able to see
> only
> >> in maas GUI and maas logs, so is there place or file, where all events,
> >> statistics of different compute's data(failed in  enlisting,  failed in
> >> deployment, power states and all details) so that we can have anoverall
> idea
> >> about the all the compute nodes undergone different problems.
> >>
> >>
> >>
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