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Logging


  • All non-shell commands offer an -l option by which logging to a logfile under ~/.mqtt-cli/logs can be activated
  • The logfile and loglevel can be configured in the MQTT-CLI configuration
  • By specifying the -l option for the shell command the whole shell-session will be logged to a logfile shown at start

Direct logging for publish & subscribe

If you require debug logging for direct access add the -d and -v options are available for the basic publish and subscribe command

$ mqtt pub -i c1 -t test -m "Hello World" -d -h broker.hivemq.com

Client 'c1@broker.hivemq.com' sending CONNECT MqttConnect{keepAlive=60, cleanStart=true, sessionExpiryInterval=0}
Client 'c1@broker.hivemq.com' received CONNACK MqttConnAck{reasonCode=SUCCESS, sessionPresent=false, restrictions=MqttConnAckRestrictions{receiveMaximum=10, maximumPacketSize=268435460, topicAliasMaximum=5, maximumQos=EXACTLY_ONCE, retainAvailable=true, wildcardSubscriptionAvailable=true, sharedSubscriptionAvailable=true, subscriptionIdentifiersAvailable=true}} 
Client 'c1@broker.hivemq.com' sending PUBLISH ('Hello World') MqttPublish{topic=test, payload=11byte, qos=AT_MOST_ONCE, retain=false}
Client 'c1@broker.hivemq.com' received PUBLISH acknowledgement MqttPublishResult{publish=MqttPublish{topic=test, payload=11byte, qos=AT_MOST_ONCE, retain=false}}