To request support, create a new support bundle with the relevant information, and then login to where you can open a support ticket and attach the information bundle.
Unless you are sure about the information JFrog support will need in order to address your issue, we recommend providing all items in the support bundle you upload.
When creating a support bundle for an Artifactory HA installation, it will contain information for all nodes in the cluster.
Note that creating a Thread dump and System logs may be resource intensive operations and may create large information bundles.
To create a new support bundle, in the Admin module, go to Advanced | Support Zone, and click "Create New Bundle".
Once you have checked all the information items you wish to include in your information bundle, click "Create" to create the bundle.
|If checked, provides configuration files that affect Artifactory's functionality.|
If checked, provides information about your system including storage, system properties, JVM information and plugin status. For details please refer to System Information.
If checked, system logs are included in the support bundle. You may specify the time span for which system logs should be included.
|If checked, Artifactory will create a thread dump for all running threads. By default a single thread dump is created, however, to get a picture of how data may change over time, you can request several thread dumps separated by a specified time interval with the Number of Thread Dumps and Interval fields.|
The support bundle repository stores all created bundles. Once a support bundle is created, it will be saved to the new default jfrog-support-bundle system repository for any future reference.
*Available from Artifactory version 6.8.
Artifactory REST API provides the following endpoints you can use to work with information bundles:
|Create a new support information bundle|
|Lists previously created bundle currently stored in the system|
|Downloads a previously created bundle currently stored in the system|
|Deletes a previously created bundle from the system.|