The default logging output created by the OpenFin Runtime is optimized for performance and to reduce the amount of disk space used however is certain circumstances it may be necessary to enable Verbose logging to capture more information.
Verbose can be enabled by adding the `--v=1` parameter to the Runtime Arguments or Programmatically using the OpenFin API.
For any production deployment, we recommend you only enable verbose when required for individual installations.
Enabling Verbose Logging
Using Runtime Arguments
Verbose logging can be enabled by adding the `--v=1` argument to the Runtime Arguments, information on how to configure Runtime Arguments can be found in our How-To-add-Runtime-Arguments article.
Using the OpenFin API
Verbose logging can be enabled during runtime by calling the OpenFin API method System.setMinLogLevel.