This command should only be used with modern versions of Node. For Node v5 and below, use
Attach the Node debugger and lift the Sails app (similar to running
node --inspect app.js). You can then use a tool like Chrome DevTools to interactively debug your apps (see the Node Inspector docs for more information).
Takes the same options as
sails lift, listed here.
$ sails inspect info: Running app in inspect mode... info: In Google Chrome, go to chrome://inspect for interactive debugging. info: For other options, see the link below. info: ( to exit, type <CTRL>+<C> ) Debugger listening on ws://127.0.0.1:9229/7f984b04-b070-4497-bd15-056261a37f7c For help see https://nodejs.org/en/docs/inspector
To use the standard (command-line) Node debugger with Sails, you can always just run
node inspect app.js.
If you don't see your files in the Chrome DevTools, try clicking the "Filesystem" tab and adding your project folder to the workspace.