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-====== ​LSCWP Debug Log ======+====== ​LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress: ​Debug Log ======
-{{:litespeed_wiki:​cache:​lscwp:​lscwp-debug.png?​direct&​800|}}+One of the most useful tools in your arsenal, when it comes to troubleshooting,​ is the debug log. In order to see this option in your **LiteSpeed Cache** menu, logging must be enabled. You can do so via the **[[litespeed_wiki:​cache:​lscwp:​configuration:​debug|LiteSpeed Cache > Settings > Debug]]** screen.
-One of the most useful tools in your arsenalwhen it comes to troubleshooting,​ is the debug log. Here's how to use it:+Once logging is enabledyou can view the log by navigating to **LiteSpeed Cache > Debug Log**.
-  -If there is no **Debug Log** option in the **LiteSpeed Cache** menu, then navigate to **[[litespeed_wiki:​cache:​lscwp:​configuration:​debug|LiteSpeed Cache > Settings > Debug]]** and make sure that **Debug ​Log** is set to ''​ON''​+{{:litespeed_wiki:​cache:​lscwp:​lscwp-debug.png?nolink|}} 
-  ​-Reproduce whatever error you have been having. + 
-  -Navigate ​to **LiteSpeed Cache > Debug Log**+If the log contains too many older entries, press the **Clear Log** button ​to erase all but the most recent set of entries
-  -Copy the most recent lines from the log and share them with LiteSpeed support, if necessary. + 
-  ​-Turn ​the debug log off, if you no longer need it.+If you don't see information relevant ​to the problem you are experiencing,​ try to reproduce the problem while debugging is enabled, then come back to this page to see the result
 +Copy the most relevant lines (or the most recent lines, if you are unsure what is relevant) ​from the log and [[https://​wordpress.org/​support/​plugin/​litespeed-cache|share them with LiteSpeed support]], if necessary. 
 +Be sure to turn the debug log off, if you no longer need it, as it can grow quickly.
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