How to retrieve logs from server-agent-based monitors?
If you have a Windows agent, you can use the following path to retrieve the agent logs:
Go to the installation directory > Site24x7 > WinAgent > Monitoring > Logs
If you have a Linux server, you can retrieve logs for your server agent by using the path:
For a Kubernetes monitor, you can retrieve logs for your server agent by using these steps.
How to retrieve logs from different Site24x7 monitors
The log location varies with different agents and monitors. View a consolidated list here: Site24x7 Server Monitoring agent Monitor or module OS Directory, path, or command Detailed reference Server Monitoring Agent Windows Installation directory > ...
How to collect Applications and Services Logs from Windows event logs
Site24x7 AppLogs uses the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) query on the Site24x7 Server Monitoring agent to fetch event logs. The WMI module requires the registry entry below to read the event logs from the Applications and Services Log ...
Filtering Windows event logs before uploading
You can filter Windows event logs in the agent side before uploading them to Site24x7. You can configure to eliminate the unwanted event IDs, so that you can skip them while uploading. You can set these field configuration while Adding a Log Type, ...
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 : ...
How to manually install the AppLogs agent
The AppLogs agent is used to automatically discover and upload your server and application logs to Site24x7. Site24x7's AppLogs agent works with an existing Site24x7 server monitoring agent and comes with AppLogs installed. You can also manually ...