Starting with OctoPrint 1.5.0, there's a System Information dialog that you'll be asked to provide information from for support requests and bug reports.
You have a number of options to access this information:
If you are logged in as a user with the "System" permission you can open the System Information dialog from the Settings dialog, through the big "System info" button in its footer:
If you are logged in as a user with the "System" permission you can click on "System" right at the very bottom of the OctoPrint UI:
It's part of the recovery page that you can access by appending
/recoveryto your OctoPrint URL, e.g.
http://octopi.local/recovery(you need Admin permissions for this).
You can access a smaller system information dump right from the command line:
$ octoprint systeminfo connectivity.connection_check: 188.8.131.52:53 connectivity.connection_ok: True connectivity.enabled: True connectivity.online: True connectivity.resolution_check: octoprint.org connectivity.resolution_ok: True env.hardware.cores: 4 env.hardware.freq: 1200.0 env.hardware.ram: 915722240 env.os.bits: 32 env.os.id: linux env.os.platform: linux env.plugins.pi_support.model: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Rev 1.2 env.plugins.pi_support.octopi_version: 0.18.0 env.plugins.pi_support.throttle_state: 0x0 env.python.pip: 20.3.3 env.python.version: 3.7.3 env.python.virtualenv: True octoprint.version: 1.5.2
Make sure to provide the correct path to the
octoprintexecutable for this to work. On OctoPi that will be