The third agent parser I want to take a look at is the CLF parser. Read to learn how it works!
The second agent parser I want to take a look at is the KVP parser. Read to learn how it works!
The first agent parser I want to take a look at is the CSV parser. Read to learn how it works!
Now that you know what agent parsers are capable of you are probably wondering how to configure them. In this post, I will start with the basics including the common options for all parsers. Read on to learn more!
In my opinion, the coolest new feature in Log Insight 3.0 is agent parsers. In this post I will discuss what they are and why they are important.
Log Insight 3.0 agents support SSL for both the cfapi and syslog protocols. In this post, I will discuss how to configure the agents to properly communicate over SSL.
In addition to typical bug fixing, the Log Insight 3.0 agents come with a variety of new features and a couple of important changes. In this post, I will highlight what is new.
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When it comes to troubleshooting logs messages, collaboration is critical. As such, Log Insight has always allowed for queries to be shared via a URL. In Log Insight 3.0, this feature has been enhanced. Read on to learn more!
In addition to event types, event trends — another component of Log Insight’s built-in machine learning capabilities — has received an update as well. Read on to learn more.