Outputs the logs collected by the collector in real time for a specified amount of time. Administrative privileges are required to execute this command.
Period of time for which to receive data in real time from the time the query is executed. You can specify the time in units of
s(second). For example,
10srefers to "the next 10 seconds" from the time the query is executed.
Logical path to the log collector that receives data in real time. Use comma (
,) as a separator to specify multiple log collectors. Using a wildcard (
LOGGER, you can receive logs from all log collectors containing specific string patterns in the name at once.
You can see the
NAMESPACEin the web interface.
- (ENT, STD) You can see it on the Device column under LOG SOURCE > All.
- (SNR) You can see it in the local or on the Identifier under System > Sentry management > Sentry list.
You can see the name of the
LOGGERin the web interface.
- (ENT, STD) You can see it in the Name column under LOG SOURCE > All.
Receive logs for 10 seconds from
local\sample2 log collectors.
logger window=10s local\sample1, local\sample2