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Where can I find my CodeStream client-side logs?

As part of submitting a bug report on our GitHub repo it would be very helpful if you'd also include your log files. Follow these instructions for your IDE to get your log files. You can attach the log files to the GitHub issue or, if you’d prefer, you can email them to codestream@newrelic.com and reference the GitHub issue number in the subject.


  1. Reproduce the issue.
  2. In your IDE go to Help > Collect Logs and Diagnostic Data. This will open the finder where you should see a newly created zip file.

VS Code

  1. Reproduce the issue.
  2. Open the Output view in VS Code (View: Toggle Output from the command palette) and select CodeStream (Agent) from the dropdown menu at the top-right. Copy all of the output you see and save it in a text file.

Visual Studio

  1. Go to Tools > Options > CodeStream and make sure your log level is set to at least Debug. If it is set to Info, Errors, or Silent, change it to Debug, then restart Visual Studio.
  2. Reproduce the issue.
  3. Grab vs-extension.log and vs-agent.log from %localappdata%\CodeStream\Logs as well as the ActivityLog.xml from %AppData%\Microsoft\VisualStudio\16.0_<RandomText> (for Visual Studio 2019) or %AppData%\Microsoft\VisualStudio\17.0_<RandomText> (for Visual Studio 2022).
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