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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Fetch monitoring

The progress of an approved fetch request can be monitored on both the fetching client and the fetch server.

Go to System Settings > Fetcher Management and select the Sessions tab to monitor the fetch progress. A fetch session can be paused by clicking Pause, and resumed by clicking Resume. It can also be canceled by clicking Cancel.

Once the log fetching is completed, the status changes to Done and the request record can be deleted by clicking Delete. The client will start to index the logs into the database.

It can take a long time for the client to finish indexing the fetched logs and make the analyzed data available. A progress bar is shown in the GUI banner; for more information, click on it to open the Rebuild Log Database dialog box.

Log and report features will not be fully available until the rebuilding process is complete.

Fetch monitoring

The progress of an approved fetch request can be monitored on both the fetching client and the fetch server.

Go to System Settings > Fetcher Management and select the Sessions tab to monitor the fetch progress. A fetch session can be paused by clicking Pause, and resumed by clicking Resume. It can also be canceled by clicking Cancel.

Once the log fetching is completed, the status changes to Done and the request record can be deleted by clicking Delete. The client will start to index the logs into the database.

It can take a long time for the client to finish indexing the fetched logs and make the analyzed data available. A progress bar is shown in the GUI banner; for more information, click on it to open the Rebuild Log Database dialog box.

Log and report features will not be fully available until the rebuilding process is complete.