logger

Outputs the logs collected by the collector in real time for a specified amount of time. Administrative privileges are required to execute this command.

Syntax

logger window=INT{y|mon|w|d|h|m|s} NODE\LOGGER[, ...]
Required Parameters
window=INT{y|mon|w|d|h|m|s}

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 y (year), mon (month), w (week), d (day), h (hour), m (minute), and s (second). For example, 10s refers to "the next 10 seconds" from the time the query is executed.

NAMESPACE\LOGGER[, ...]

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 (*) in LOGGER, you can receive logs from all log collectors containing specific string patterns in the name at once.

You can see the NAMESPACE in 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 LOGGER in the web interface.

  • (ENT, STD) You can see it in the Name column under LOG SOURCE > All.

Usage

Receive logs for 10 seconds from local\sample1 and local\sample2 log collectors.

logger window=10s local\sample1, local\sample2