Integrations / Platforms / Magento 1 (deprecated) / Logging and Debugging
This integration and its documentation are deprecated and no longer supported.

The Algolia Search for Magento 1 extension is no longer supported (and Magento 1 has reached end of life). However, Algolia does offer a supported extension for Magento Open Source and Adobe Commerce.

Sometimes, things don’t go as expected. As a developer, logs are a great way to figure out why things are not running smoothly. That’s why the extension provides the ability to enable logging. You can turn logging on by navigating to System > Configuration > Algolia Search > Credentials & Setup.

Never turn logging on in production! It can create huge amounts of data and exhaust your server resources quickly. You should only enable logging during development to debug certain processes.

When you enable logging, the extension logs internal information into an Algolia log file. The file is located in Magento’s log directory in var/log/algolia.log.

The logs capture information on the following events:

  • Full reindex of products
  • Rebuilding a page of products
  • Loading products’ collection
  • Indexing of a single product
  • Indexing of a collection of products
  • Beginning and ending of sending data to Algolia
  • Beginning and ending of removing data from Algolia
  • Beginning and ending of emulation
  • Image loading exceptions that are thrown
  • Miscellaneous errors and exceptions
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