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The administration menu contains the following en tries: 1) Logs 2) Settings Logs The Logs table presents all the logs defined in XpoLog and enables users to set different properties related to the Analytics analysis on them. Similar to the main console...
The Analytics console can measure and monitor servers metrics and present it side by side to the logs analysis. The Analytics measures metrics from servers over SSH and over the Windows network. Metrics information (CPU/Memory/Disk) is stored for as lon...
The Analytics may trigger email alerts based on logs problem severities and/or servers' metrics problems severities (alert on low/medium/high severity problems). Alerts may be applied globally on the entire Analytics analysis or different alerts may be...
Viewing and generating Analytics analysis is very simple - by default any log that you will add to XpoLog will be analyzed automatically. The Analytics updates the analysis based on the pre-defined interval (default is every 5 minutes), so in cases where ...
Next to each auto-detected problem in the Analytics, there is a menu link with the following options: - Increase / Decrease severity for the detected problem - Exclude a problem from future analyses Comments: - Changing a severity of a problem or ex...
Main Console The main console consists of 4 major areas: 1) View type and time control panel 2) Problems graph 3) Problems Summary table 4) Most Severe Problems table View type and time control panel There are 3 types of views that can be selecte...
There are 2 options to save predefined problems that will be presented in the Analytics analysis: 1. A log filter with a severity. A filter may be saved on any log in XpoLog. A log filter corresponds to a certain type of event based on the matching rule,...
XpoLog Analytics - Application Problem Analysis Console XpoLog's Analytics is an automatic Analysis and Monitoring console of Logs. The Analytics console automatically scans all the logs for errors, risks, statistical problems and pre-defined rules. Th...