After setting up a Website in Microsoft Azure, using Azure Web Apps, Kudu provides troubleshooting and analysis
Kudu is the engine behind git deployments in Azure Web Sites. It can also run outside of Azure.
To access KUDU, Access it througfh https://YOURWEBSITE.scm.azurewebsites.net
Environment – Useful information about the environment
Debug console (CMD prompt, Powershell )
Clicking on the Debug Console, then CMD or PowerShell opens a Command prompt or a Powershell prompt console, respectively. The screencap below shows a Powershell session. You can do a variety of Powershell and commands, such as get-process or dir.
Process Explorer. You can look at the Id-PID of the W3WP process and see if it changes when you run a request. If it does, the process is likely crashing and that needs to be analyzed further to see why.
Tools – Diagnostic dump,Log,Web hooks, Download deployment script,Support.
Diagnostic dump. This downloads logs which can be used for troubleshooting purposes.
Support will bring up a new Browser window , Azure App Service Support
Options Are Observe, Analyze, Mitigate
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