Use this information to troubleshoot problems with your vCloud Connector installation.

If a transfer is interrupted in the middle, for example because of a network outage, temporary storage in the node might not be cleaned up, leading to a loss of usable storage space, even if the transfer completes normally.

You can use cURL to pinpoint connectivity problems among the components of your vCloud Connector installation.

You can download log files for a vCloud Connector server or vCloud Connector node instance from its Admin Web console.

You can access log files for a vCloud Connector server or vCloud Connector node instance from its console.

If you are using a multitenant node deployed by a public vCloud service provider or private vCloud Director system administrator, or a node deployed by VMware on vCloud Air, you do not have access to the node console or Admin Web console. You can download node log files from your vCloud Connector server Admin Web console instead.

To modify the size of log files or the number of files that are retained, you must modify the vCloud Connector server or node configuration files.

You can troubleshoot the upgrade process by checking log files related to upgrade.

You can use FQDNs for the vCloud Connector server and vCloud Connector nodes.