Bulk actions for event log/syslog

Bulk modify Syslog/Eventlog preferences

Please follow the steps below to upgrade your server monitoring agent for multiple servers in one go:
  1. Log in to your Site24x7 account.
  2. Go to Admin > Inventory > Bulk Action.
  3. Click on Modify Server Syslog/Event Log Preference.

  4. Filter the monitors that you want to enable event log/syslog monitoring by name, type, status, host name, IP address or more conditions. Click on Filter Monitors.
  5. Toggle Yes to Enable Event Log/Syslog Monitoring for multiple servers in one go. Save your changes.


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