How to see if there are any hidden errors on my running Jesse instance?

Sometimes you might be running a Jesse instance and something seems to be wrong. It's useful to check if there are any errors on the running instance.

Error logs on native installations

If you're running Jesse via a native installation, that means at some point you ran the jesse run command inside a terminal window. Check the same window for any errors.

Error logs on docker installations

If you're running Jesse via docker, you can check the logs of the running container for any errors:

docker logs jesse

You can also check for the other containers that Jesse uses:

# for database
docker logs postgres
# for redis
docker logs redis

Errors on the frontend (browser)

The frontend of Jesse is written in Javascript and runs on the browser. So there might be errors in the browser's console.

To open the console, assuming you're using Chrome, you can press Option + + J (on macOS), or Shift + CTRL + J (on Windows/Linux).

See if there are any errors in the console. Taking a screenshot of the errors (red outputs) is probably the best way to send them over.

Last updated: 2 years ago