As I am sure you have heard by now, VMware released the GA version of Log Insight 1.5 a week ago today. I wanted to put together a quick getting started guide for those who have not upgraded yet.
Today, VMware released the 1.5 public beta of the Log Insight product, which can be downloaded when you sign up for an account here. All of the enhancements available as part of Log Insight 1.5 TP2 are also available as part of the public beta. To learn more about the enhancements in Log Insight 1.5 […]
Today, VMware released vCenter Log Insight 1.5 TP2, which can be downloaded once you join the technical preview program on the Log Insight product page. I would like to walk you through some of the major changes available in this new version. If you do not feel like reading, take a look at the video I put […]
A great new addition to Log Insight 3.3 is the introduction of a query API. While the initial documentation for the feature has not been posted yet, it is in progress and should be available soon. In the meantime, I have included the latest information so you can start leveraging the API today. Read on […]
Any issue has been discovered where upgraded instances of vR Ops from 6.0.x to 6.1 that were integrated with Log Insight no longer display Log Insight notification events. Read on to learn more about the issue and how to fix it.
VMware released a ton of updated vRealize products yesterday including Log Insight 3.0. Now that Log Insight 3.0 is here, you might be wondering how to upgrade. Read on to learn everything you need to know!
If you remember reason 9 from my 12 reasons why you should use the Log Insight agent post then you may be wondering how you can support time deltas greater than 10 minutes between the client and the server. In this post, I will cover how to do it.
By default, Log Insight is configured listen on the following ports: UI: 80/443 Syslog: 514/1514/6514 CFAPI: 9000/9543 The question becomes, how do you change these default ports?
In my first post about Log Insight 2.5 backup and recovery, I talked about deployment types, backup considerations and architecture of the different Log Insight components. In my second post, I talked about how to backup the various components. To conclude the series, I would like to discuss how to restore the various components.
One of the great things about Log Insight is that you do not need a CLI to use it. If you do decide to use the CLI you may find yourself wishing to execute commands on every node in a Log Insight cluster. While this can be done with a simple for loop, I wrote […]