Look into Mumara logs to find what's actually being happened inside the application. This section carries Activity Logs, Callback Logs, and Debug Logs.

Menu Navigation: Tools - Logs

Sub Menu:
  • Logs - Activity Logs
  • Logs - Debug Logs
  • Logs - ESP Callback Logs

Access Logs

Review the user/admin activities being performed in Mumara as it appears in the snapshot below.


Field Description
Activity Module activity that has been recorded
Description Description of the activity happened along with the username
Creation Date Date/time when this activity has happened

Debug Logs

To help you learn more about what's happening within your application, Mumara provides robust logging services that allow you to log messages, the system error log.

Logging Levels

This option determines the minimum "level" a message must be in order to be logged. Below are the supported log levels
  • emergency
  • alert
  • critical
  • error
  • warning
  • notice
  • info
  • debug
Log level can be set in .env file.

Debug Log List

Click on the "Logs" link to explore the application log files sorted by date and levels as appears in the snapshot below.

  • View Log File
  • Download Log File
  • Delete Log File

Explore Log File

Click on the blue magnifying icon  to explore the log file.

The interface explains itself very well and gives you the exact log of the issue. Moreover, click on the stack icon to see detailed footprints of the error.

Callback Logs

When you have enabled the callback logging in Application Settings, Mumara saves every incoming callback to an individual file in JSON format and you can see an output of it under this section. The callbacks are categorized into folders of their own types.