As you probably know, Log Insight supports archiving of ingested data to a NFS location. In this post, I would like to talk about how to import an archive. Read on to learn more!
As many of you know, I lead Log Insight’s Customer-Oriented R&D or CORD team. From time-to-time I get asked what that means so I figured I would write about it.
You may recall that I stated that a Tech Preview of configuration APIs was made available in Log Insight 3.3. I have been asked on more than one occasion where the documentation for the configuration APIs reside. Unfortunately, the documentation has not been published yet so I figured I would provide some information to get you started. Read on to learn more!
I recently purchased an iPad for my daughter and for whatever reason, it came with VoiceOver on. Unfortunately, I could not find a way to disable it before going through the initial configuration of the device. As a result, the initial configuration took a long time. Once I made it through the configuration and disabled VoiceOver, I finished configuration and gave the iPad to my daughter for her birthday. Somehow, she kept turning on VoiceOver. After some research online, I came across a post that explained the issue and how to fix it.
As it turns out, VoiceOver appears to be mapped to the triple-click home button — if you select the home button three times rapidly, VoiceOver turns off. You can repeat the triple-click to turn VoiceOver off. This configuration can be changed under General > Accessibility > Accessibility Shortcut. You can read this post for more information.
I get a lot of questions about Log Insight interoperability so I thought I would blog about it. Read on to learn more!
I realize I have not done a fitness update in a while. Read on to learn how the journey has been going!
I have received multiple queries about Log Insight integration not working with vCenter Operations 5.8.5. Please note that except for vCenter Operations 5.8.5 Foundation, all vCenter Operations 5.x versions are end of support. You can find the latest support information on VMware’s Product Lifecycle Matrix here. This means unless you are running vCenter Operations 5.8.5 Foundation, it is time to upgrade! Now you may be wondering, well what if you are running vCenter Operations 5.8.5 Foundation? In this case you are supported until 2016/12/31, however Log Insight has never supported vCenter Operations Foundation edition so integration will not work in this case. I hope this helps!