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File structure on azure
See Accessing files via FTP for info on getting at all the files that relate to your site.
In there, you will see the following structure (or at least a subset of it):
/ LogFiles Application <instance>-<pid>-<ticks>.txt // application (nodejs/dotnet/php) traces DetailedError ErrorPage####.htm // error details Git trace trace.xml // Trace generated during git deployments <instance>-<guid>.txt // kudu related traces deployment <instance>-<guid>.txt // deployment related traces http RawLogs <logfile>.log // iis http log. iis buffers and flushes every 60sec. W3SVC##### fr####.xml // IIS fail request traces freb.xsl site wwwroot hello.htm // The files that are live in your app repository // Your repo, including working files (i.e. not bare) .git HEAD, index and other git files deployments [commit id 1] log.xml // The deployment log, similar to what the protal shows status.xml // The status of the deployment (success/failure) manifest // The list of files that were deployed [commit id 2] ... .ssh config // This contains config to disable strict host checking id_rsa // private key in PEM format known_hosts // known hosts have been accepted Data Jobs Triggered MyTriggeredJob1 20131112101559 output.log error.log status Continuous MyContinuousJob1 job.log status SiteExtensions // TODO: add details here