Hi @Sly_Cooper, The logs you see in the LOGS menu are the messages exchanged between nodes. A way to store that information is adding a LogStash output node and point it to a LogStash installation or directly to Splunk, to record all the messages received by that output node in the external syslog server.
Would that work?
@lmori Apologies for the late response. What would be the input or aggregate node? Do I need to use the same aggregate node which I am using for aggregation and using for the PAN EDL and point it to the logstash based output node? Or this will come from the miners?
The logstash prototype has local server and port info. How will I forward the logs to the remote server or do I need to update the local server and port info with the remote server ip? Can you please help me understand the flow. Appreciate your help.
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