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CF10 Not showing debugging information

Posted on 2014-02-05
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I am using CF10 Enterprise.  I have tried to turn on debugging to look at some of my query times.   I have my IP in there and have also tried doing it on the server itself.  Here are my options that I have checked off

http://www.screencast.com/t/2tB7gbZus

No matter what I try, it doesn't show me the debugging info at the bottom.  I also do not have any cfsettings in my code that would turn it off.

If anyone has run into this and knows what to look for that would be very helpful
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Rodrigo Munera earned 500 total points
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Have you looked at the metadata of your query dumps to look at your query outputs?

You can use the following assuming your query is named "queryName", just replace that with the actual name of your query

 
<cfdump var="#queryName.getMetaData().getExtendedMetaData()#">

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<cfoutput>#queryName.getMetaData().getExtendedMetaData().executionTime#</cfoutput>

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Also, if you're using enterprise on multi-instance deployment, you may need to enable the debugging options in the master instance.

For example, if your deployment includes multiple instances, they'll be named something like "myInstanceName" as well as your master "cfusion" instance. sometimes settings on "child" instances won't come on if they're disabled in the main "cfusion" instance, which is a separate admin console. A good way to know is if access to your CFIDE console has your host enter through a port that looks like: "https://www.example.com:8301/CFIDE/administrator/"

That port 8301 (or 83xx by default, could be any other port number as your deployment may not use default settings) is a good indicator that you may be running multi-instance.
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Thank you for the info. I will write support to make sure that it isn't mulit-instance, but I am pretty sure its not.
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