Azure Diagnostic Logs
Azure diagnostic logs provide information about the operation of a resource. The content of these logs vary by resource type. You can enable the Guest OS Diagnostics log to help you validate Teradata VMs are working properly. You can enable the Boot Diagnostics log to help you diagnose and recover your VMs from boot failures.
When you are deploying VMs from an image, you can enable either of these diagnostic logs. When you are deploying Teradata products using the Teradata ecosystem solution template, the Boot Diagnostics log is enabled automatically. You can enable the Guest OS Diagnostic log from the Azure portal under Monitoring after deploying the VM.
If you enable these logs, you select the storage account where you want to place the diagnostic files. There is a cost associated with enabling these logs which is simply the cost of storing the logs in your storage account. Output can take up to 10 minutes to appear in your storage account.
For more information, see Azure Documentation Center and search for Overview of Azure Diagnostic Logs.