Ok, here's the lay out ...
Load Balancer -> node 01 has been used to replicate code from node 01 to the other 4 -> 02,03,04,05. All Moodle 3.4+.
The DB is a dedicated server and all nodes pointed to that DB server.
The data directory is an NFS share and all nodes use that. Memcached server thrown in the mix.
User B gets routed to node 04 where they experience an error with a SCORM. User B does report the problem but has no idea what node they are on ... error is logged in 04 nodes error logs. Techs trying to resolve the issue have no way of knowing what node User B was on ... so off chasin' rabbits at multiple rabbit holes! :\
is there some sort of small, little, hardly seen php way to have the node ID number displayed in say the bottom right corner or left corner or upper right or left corner, the node number where User B (actually all users all the time ... any node) could be told to look and include that number in their error reporting. They don't need to know it's a node number ... just a number they are made aware of and to include when they report an error.
That's not asking a lot ... is it? ;) Please, don't need another plugin on these systems!!!
Thanks, in advance for reading and considering a response ...
'spirit of sharing', Ken