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Swift Run directories

When you run Swift, you will see a run directory get created. The run directory has the name of runNNN, where NNN starts at 000 and increments for every run.

The run directories can be useful for debugging. They contain: .Run directory contents

apps apps generated from
cf A configuration file generated from
runNNN.log The log file generated during the Swift run
scriptname-runNNN.d Debug directory containing wrapper logs
scripts Directory that contains scheduler scripts used for that run
sites.xml A sites.xml generated from
swift.out The standard out and standard error generated by Swift


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