This video is an introduction to the Kudu utility for Azure.
- [Instructor] If it turns out that your log files do not show, another way to get at them is through using Kudu. The way you get to Kudu is through your browser console, and the way you set up your address is to start with the address of your function. So let's come up to my Azure function, click the arrow, and notice here that the URL is myazurefunction.azurewebsites.net, which we can click. In order to get to Kudu, all we need to do is between the name of my function and azurewebsites, we're going to put in .scm.
That's going to redirect us to Kudu. This gives us quite a bit of information about our function. We're going to go to debug console and choose command. Within that, we're going to choose LogFiles and then Application and then Functions, and once again we'll choose function, and there's our function, TimerTriggerCSharp1. We can click download from here, and it's going to download a zip file.
Let's go to the folder. There is our zip file. And we can extract that and open the folder. And here we see a file that has the logs running up to 1:31 p.m. So we'll click on that, and here's a list that you earlier saw in the log window, a complete trace of every time that it ran and whether it succeeded or not.
- Examining and personalizing the Azure portal
- Creating an app service
- Creating an ASP.NET application with Visual Studio
- Viewing your published app
- Creating a virtual machine
- Triggering Azure functions