Regular expressions for files and directories
Regular expressions are texts with special notations that help describe patterns in string. Regular expressions describe patterns which are used to search strings for matches.
File name fields support regular expressions and only the directory path can serve as an absolute path to the file/directory in the server. Any regular expressions entered will be treated as normal text.
Subdirectory Availability and File Availability Checks
The subdirectory check is used to monitor all the sub directories within a monitored directory. The user has the option to monitor all the sub directories or a particular sub directory [subdirectory name supports regular expressions] under the ...
In general, when your source code has gone through multiple transformations, it is difficult to debug. In such cases, you can generate a source map - a source map maps the transformed source with the original. This enables you to reconstruct the ...
Find log files in the Linux server agent
Please execute the following command in a terminal: Root agent - ls /opt/site24x7/monagent/logs/ Non-root agent - ls ~/site24x7/monagent/logs/ This will list down all the log files in the agent. All events related to the server agent will be ...
Manage log files filling up on an On-Premise Poller
The limit for a single log file is 10 MB. Beyond this, we will rotate the logs up to 10 files, giving a maximum of 100 MB for a single module. Likewise, we have 7-8 modules. This depends on the customer's usage of Poller and the number of monitors ...
List of log files generated and maintained by the Site24x7 server monitoring agent
Here is the list of log files generated by the Linux and Windows server monitoring agent. The log files are stored in the same directory where the agent source file is installed. By default they are at: For Linux : ...