Sure! Mind letting me know what information gets passed by sending over the token?
I thought we had an explanation of what was in the debug log somewhere.. but I can't find it! Basically copies of your configs, some key information about your system to help us troubleshoot.
If you like, you can run
pihole -d and then choose
no when prompted to upload it, and you can view the file locally at
/var/log/pihole_debug.log to see what it contains (and then either run it again once you're happy with the contents, this time choosing
yes to upload)
Some more info about how we process the logs here:
Nobody has claimed the prize yet, 4 years on!
Great, can I edit the debug file and then upload the remainder to tricorder?
You sure can! See about halfway down this FAQ post:
Just to confirm, I can do something like:
/var/log/pihole_debug.log | pihole tricorder
cat /var/log/pihole_debug.log | pihole tricorder or
cat <anything> | pihole tricorder.
There are limits on the size of things that will be accepted.