Logs summary

Go to the Log explorer tab and click to display a drop-down list. Select the first option: Log explorer. This page shows the log analyzer, a tabular view of the logs.

The table shows the number of logs occurring within a specified interval of time. The screen shows up to fifteen rows, to see more rows move to the next page. At the top portion are displayed the time consumed to get the records, the number of records, and the time.

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UTM Stack provides another type of view: Chart

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The Chart view shows a Bars graph displaying the top values of the selected field. You can click on any of the bars to display only the events that occurred within that time frame. Below the chart, you can specify the duration of the time frame, such as the last hour, last 24 hours, or last week.

You can filter the search changing the selected field or choosing the time range (from a year to minutes). It is also possible to switch between Bar or Line graph style. You can mouse over the bars and lines to view brief information: date and quantity. You can zoom in the graph, or download it as an image.

You can click on any particular log row to view additional details about that log in a popup window with two choices: TABLE or

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